This conference provides a great opportunity to network with and learn from our peers. They offer great sessions for director education and development. FMH is proud to be a member of NAMIC, which is an organization that W.A. Rutledge and the FMH Board helped to create 124 years ago.
- Debbie Ladehoff, Vice President of Human Resources
This past September, board members, company leadership, and reinsurance representatives from FMH attended the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) 124th Annual Convention held in National Harbor, Maryland.
The FMH team attended the two-and-a-half-day convention to meet with reinsurers and other FMH business partners, as well as attend educational sessions about the industry. Education topics included technology, industry trends, employee experience, data and security, and many more. In addition to the training opportunities, the event featured keynote speakers discussing leadership, teamwork, innovation, and issues the insurance industry is currently facing.
FMH also hosted a private dinner for FMH reinsurance mutuals and their guests at Landini Brothers Inc. Restaurant in Virginia.
The NAMIC Annual Convention is an event for mutual companies to network with peers, learn about emerging trends, receive updates on industry-breaking news, and meet with reinsurers and rating bureaus – all in one location.
FMH Founder W.A. Rutledge was one of the founding members of NAMIC and FMH has been a member company since its inception. NAMIC was founded in 1896 and has been serving the interests of mutual insurance companies in the U.S. and Canada since that time.
It is the largest property/casualty insurance trade association with more than 1,400 member companies serving more than 170 million auto, home, and business policyholders. NAMIC member companies write nearly $230 billion in annual premiums.