September 17, 2020 - Webinar
Speaker: Kirk Chamberlain, HUB Executive VP and National Construction Practice Leader
Topic: Hardening Insurance & Bond Market
Description: Kirk Chamberlain of HUB Executive VP will discuss risk dynamics that drive insurance pricing and capacity decisions by Underwriters. He will cover strategies to mitigate pricing volatility in the current insurance market and underlying factors that drive business cycles in the global insurance industry.
- Participants will gain a better understanding of the risk dynamics that drive insurance pricing and capacity decisions by Underwriters.
- Participants will learn strategies to mitigate pricing volatility in the current insurance market.
- Participants will learn more about underlying factors that drive business cycles in the global insurance industry.
Kirk Chamberlain currently serves as an Executive Vice President, leading HUB’s National Construction Practice, based in Chicago.
Mr. Chamberlain’s background comprises more than 30 years of leadership roles within the construction & large capital projects sector as a broker, risk manager, underwriter and risk consultant, working with a wide range of public and private contractors, project owners & developers, and their legal & financial advisory teams.
Kirk has led and managed service teams working on behalf of numerous clients in the heavy civil, street & road, general building, residential and municipal infrastructure sectors. He has also structured, placed and managed numerous wrap-ups and project-specific programs (CCIP/OCIP, MCIP, etc.) for multiple sponsors across a wide range of construction sectors.
Mr. Chamberlain sits on several private company and non-profit Boards, and is an advisory board director with a San Jose-based VC firm focused on developing and investing in a range of emerging technologies targeting the construction & real estate development sectors.
CONTINUING EDUCATION INFORMATION* CPE Credit: 1 hour* Prerequisite: None* Course Level: Basic* Advanced Preparation: None
Member Cost: $0Non Member Cost: $25