When Is A Valuation Not A Valuation
Who should attend?
Any underwriters and brokers with property account portfolios and insurance professionals advising on or dealing with property damage claims.
- Overview of the difference between market value and Insurance valuations
- The implications of the Insurance Act on Brokers and Insured’s
- The current trends and impact of underinsurance
- Environmental and political factors affecting underinsurance
- To understand the work undertaken during surveys
- To understand the common issues with underinsurance
- The benefits of obtaining a professional insurance valuation
Dave started his career at a regional contractor and is now the Head of Surveying Services at QuestGates Chartered Loss Adjusters. In addition to all Subsidence and Surveying related matters, Dave also heads up the team responsible for BIBAs approved valuation scheme and works with them and a number of other affinity partners to indentify and correct matters of underinsurance prior to any loss.Dave, who has over 20 years experience in the construction and Insurance industry, is a Chartered Loss Adjuster, Chartered Builder and Chartered Building Engineer. With significant understanding of the insurance and buildings sectors he is able to provide simple guidance on the processes to be followed in assessing for risks of underinsurance.
A light buffet and refreshments will be served at 12.30 with the session starting at 1 pm.
There are a limited number of free car parking spaces available at the venue. Access to the car park is via Chaucer Street and is on your right under a brick arch after the QPark entrance. Please buzz for the barrier to be lifted stating that you are attending a Nottingham Insurance Institute event.
Terms & Conditions
As your local Institute Council, we put a lot of time and effort into arranging a full and varied calendar of CPD events throughout the year to help you, and other members of the Nottingham Institute, to keep up to date and to fulfil your CPD obligations. We also spend money on venues and providing catering. It is disappointing, therefore, when members fail to attend without notice as it potentially deprives another member the opportunity of attending.
In addition, many of the speakers at our CPD events provide their valuable time and expertise on an entirely voluntary basis. Many travel to come and speak to you, our members. We want to avoid situations where members fail to turn up and our speakers finding themselves speaking to empty seats.
If you book on to any event and you find you are unable to attend, we would ask that you kindly let us know in advance so that we can ensure other members do not miss out.
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1 hour's CPD can be claimed for this event if relevant to your learning and development needs.
It is recommended that you keep any evidence of the CPD activity you have completed and upload copies to the recording tool as the CII may ask to see this if your record is selected for review. Details of the scheme can be viewed online at www.cii.co.uk/cpd.