Events & Webinars

From speaking at industry meetings to hosting one-hour webinars, organizing two-day seminars held across the country and more, Pinnacle strives to share information and practical ideas in a timely manner to help make a difference for your business.

Click on the links below for any of our current and future events and informational webinars to learn more details on topics, times and registration details for each of our upcoming events.

April 24, 2019

NAMIC Virtual Education

Claims Foundations and Emerging Issues Webinar Series

Watch Principal and Consulting Actuary Roosevelt Mosley present "Using Predictive Analytics to Enhance a Fraud Detection Program" in this NAMIC webinar.

April 25, 2019

April Apex Discussion Series - Clustering 101 for Insurance Applications

Please join Director and Consulting Actuary Linda Brobeck and Consulting Actuary Tom Kolde for an overview of cluster analysis, an unsupervised machine learning technique used to manage high-dimensional, correlated data. Topics for discussion include data and input requirements, interpreting output and practical insurance applications.

April 28, 2019

SAS® Global Forum

Dallas, TX

Visit with Pinnacle at the SAS® Global Forum 2019.

April 28, 2019

RIMS Annual Conference & Exhibition

Boston, MA

See Director and Consulting Actuary Aaron Hillebrandt speak at the RIMS 2019 Annual Conference & Exhibition.

May 05, 2019

Auto Insurance Report National Conference

The Breakers | Palm Beach, FL

Visit with Pinnacle in Palm Beach, FL for the Auto Insurance Report National Conference.

May 16, 2019

May Apex Discussion Series - Enterprise Risk Captives: Regulation and Prospective Developments

Join Aaron Hillebrandt, Nick Gurgone and guest presenter Michael Corbett as they discuss current regulatory considerations and potential future regulatory developments related to enterprise risk captives (ERCs), sometimes known as microcaptives or 831(b) captives. Included in the discussion will be actuarial best practices and thoughts on the actuarial profession’s self-regulation related to specialty practice areas such as ERCs.

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