Insurance Roundtable of Baltimore
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In the spring of 1946, Baltimore insurance agent F. Addison Fowler and a group of property and casualty insurance professionals formed the Insurance Roundtable of Baltimore. The Roundtable was conceived to help keep the insurance community abreast of changes in the industry and to provide a format that would foster a monthly exchange of ideas between insurance agents and insurance companies and insurance support organizations. As part of the Roundtable's commitment to raising the professional and educational standards of the industry, we sponsor an annual educational seminar which has earned the reputation of being the premier educational opportunity for insurance professionals. All are welcome to attend the annual event.
Starting in the early winter of each year the members of the Insurance Roundtable of Baltimore begin the process of developing the educational seminar for the following fall. The emphasis is on timely and relevant topics that are often not addressed thoroughly by readily available eduction offerings, continuing education classes or the insurance trade press. To explain these topics, the best and the brightest individuals who work daily in that chosen area are brought to your doorstep in the beautiful confines of the Masonic Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley, Maryland.
The seminar provides 5 Continuing Education Credits and also AICPCU for five (5) CPD points.
NOTICE: The Insurance Roundtable of Baltimore does not share your personal information with anyone except we will supply to speakers at the Annual Fowler Seminar a listing of names and email addresses of that year's registered individuals upon request.