“I am extremely proud of this publication,” said NICB President and CEO David Glawe. “The NICB Informer will stress our organization’s three core capabilities: Intelligence and Analytics; Learning and Development; and Strategy, Policy, and Plans. All of these efforts are aligned under an enterprise-wide strategy that cascades throughout the organization and allows NICB to keep our members’ needs at the forefront of our work.”
The NICB Informer is a first-of-its-kind publication primarily dedicated to insurance crime, fraud, and threats. In this inaugural edition, articles range from the impact of COVID-19 on insurance crime, cargo theft, cybercrime, business interruption insurance, and fraud concerns.
“One of the key features of this publication is that we tap our greatest resource, our employees, to provide thoughtful, detailed and forward-looking analysis on the biggest threats to our industry and how NICB is working to combat insurance crime,” added Glawe.
While the publication is directed toward CEOs and Executives within the insurance industry, anyone interested in receiving a free digital copy of The NICB Informer can sign up here or send an email to [email protected] to be added to the distribution. View the inaugural issue today.
REPORT FRAUD: Anyone with information concerning insurance fraud or vehicle theft can report it anonymously by calling toll-free 800.TEL.NICB (800.835.6422)or submitting a form on our website
ABOUT THE NATIONAL INSURANCE CRIME BUREAU: Headquartered in Des Plaines, Ill., the NICB is the nation’s leading not-for-profit organization exclusively dedicated to preventing, detecting and defeating insurance fraud and vehicle theft through data analytics, investigations, learning and development, government affairs and public affairs. The NICB is supported by more than 1,400 property and casualty insurance companies and self-insured organizations. NICB member companies wrote more than $526 billion in insurance premiums in 2019, or more than 82% of the nation’s property-casualty insurance. That includes more than 95% ($241 billion) of the nation’s personal auto insurance. To learn more visit www.nicb.org.
SOURCE National Insurance Crime Bureau