Surplus Lines: Staying on the Right Side of Compliance
Thursday, June 21, 3:00pm-4:00pm Eastern
Are you trying to make sense of the ever-changing Surplus Lines tax and filing requirements. Register today to join us for this FREE, public webinar as a team of experts teach us how to avoid tax and transaction filing mistakes and other common pitfalls in regards to surplus lines compliance.
New Registration Procedure: All SILA Members, to earn SILA designation credit, be sure to log into your SILA account when registering. Non-Members are also able to register on SILA without logging in.
Steve Stephan (Moderator)
Steve’s background includes working as a Regulatory Counsel specializing in insurance compliance consulting, and he was the Director of Government Relations for the NAPSLO. Steve’s credentials also include earning his JD and industry CPCU, ASLI, ARe and MCM designations.
As the Executive Director and COO, Dan Maher leads ELANY. Prior to joining ELANY, Dan served as Senior Vice President and General Counsel for Lancer Insurance Company where he was responsible for, among other things, the analysis of insurance policy coverage and commercial and insurance litigation. He also served as General Counsel and Secretary for DMT Financial Group and was a Litigation Associate for Greenhill, Speyer & Thurm. Dan is an attorney licensed to practice in the states of New Jersey and New York and a number of federal courts. He holds the ASLI designation and is a member of American Bar Association (ABA).
John is the Senior State Relations Manager for WSIA. Before joining WSIA, John worked with the American Academy of Actuaries where he served as the Government Affairs Liaison to the Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger. John holds a degree in Political Science and a master’s degree in Government.
David Ocasek is the Chief Executive Officer of the Surplus Line Association of Illinois. He is responsible for the development and implementation of the overall strategic goals of the Association with a focus on technology, education and regulatory affairs. A former Yale University attendee, Mr. Ocasek is a native of the Chicago area where he lives with his wife and children.
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