ICTF Complimentary Webinar: Tapping the “Excess” or “Top Up” Credit Insurance Market
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6/16/2016
When: Thursday, June 16, 2016
11 AM EST - duration: 60 minutes
Where: ONLINE
Contact: ICTF


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ICTF Complimentary Webinar: Tapping the “Excess” or “Top Up” Credit Insurance Market

*This webcast has been recorded.  Contact info@ictfworld.org for playback


This webinar focuses on how to seek and secure additional underwriting support from insurers other than the member’s “primary” carrier for those Buyers not adequately covered on the “primary” policy.  There are several insurers in the US and UK who underwrite this cover actively and the presentation would revolve around how it’s priced, who can be covered, typical structures, pitfalls and advantages.   Excess coverage is an extremely useful tool but creating the correct policy structure can get complicated.  The presentation will help our members navigate this application process.


Speaker: Marc Wagman, Area Executive Vice President, T
rade Credit & Political Risk - Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.

Registration Fees:    ICTF Members and AJG clients: FREE    ~    Non-Members: $75

*unlimited participants from one location in a conference room setting

*This webcast has been recorded.  Contact info@ictfworld.org for playback

SPEAKER BIO: 

Before joining AJG in February 2015 as Area Executive Vice President, Marc Wagman was for 11 years the Managing Partner of AEQUUS Trade Credit, an expert specialty broker of credit protection products.   With more than 20 years of experience in credit risk mitigation, the capital markets and commercial finance, Marc is a nationally recognized leader in his field. Prior to joining Aequus in 2003, Mr. Wagman was Vice President-Sales for Euler Hermes ACI in New York where he concentrated primarily on export-oriented companies.  In the early 1990s, he sourced trade claims and sold receivable puts for Avenue Capital, a New York City based hedge fund.

Marc began his career as a treasury and financial analyst for The CIT Group, Inc., where he co-managed CIT’s interest rate swap portfolio and received formal credit training.  Later in his tenure with CIT, he worked as a research analyst in CIT’s economics department. Marc graduated from Rutgers University with a Bachelors Degree in Political Science, and he obtained his M.B.A. in Finance from Fordham University’s Graduate School of Business.

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