Commercial Crime Insurance Fundamentals

Commercial Crime Insurance Fundamentals

Understand the fundamentals of Commercial Crime Insurance: what's covered and what's not, how policies are structured, and what to do and expect there is a claim. This course also includes information and tools to support good buying decisions and guidance on risk mitigation.

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What You Will Learn

Coverage
What is covered and not covered under a commercial crime insurance policy, including key differences in coverage between policies offered by different insurance companies.
Claims
What constitutes a claim, how the different claims reporting requirements work, and what to do and expect from the broker and the insurer when a potential claim occurs.
How to Buy
What organizations need to do and know before buying; questions to ask insurers so that you can obtain the coverage that best fits the needs of your organization.
Risk Mitigation
What organizations can proactively do to minimize the potential for crime and minimize the extent of loss, if and when crime does occur.

Course Curriculum

Welcome to Commercial Crime Insurance Fundamentals

  • Welcome Message from Instructor
  • Course Objectives
  • Downloadable Material

What is Commercial Crime Insurance?

  • Chapter introduction & objectives
  • What is commercial crime insurance? FREE PREVIEW
  • Commercial crime statistics
  • What is insured by a commercial crime policy?
  • Who is insured by a commercial crime policy?
  • What crimes are covered?
  • Who perpetrated the crime?
  • Where did the loss occur?
  • How was the crime committed?
  • What is not covered in a commercial crime policy?
  • Interactive Exercise Instructions
  • Interactive Exercise

Can the Claim be Covered?

  • Chapter introduction & objectives
  • The crime must fit the terms of the policy
  • Two kinds of insuring agreements
  • Requirements for coverage
  • The complex nature of employee crime
  • Manifest intent FREE PREVIEW
  • Robin Hood fraud
  • Who is an employee?
  • Claim reporting rules
  • The timing of events
  • Loss sustained
  • Loss discovered
  • How to avoid reporting a claim too late
  • Discovery date
  • When crime strikes
  • Activity: What to do and expect when filing a claim?
  • Interactive Exercise

More on Policy Coverage

  • Chapter introduction & objectives
  • What does coverage look like in a commercial crime policy?
  • What is covered? Employee insuring agreements
  • What is covered? Non-employee insuring agreements
  • Extensions
  • Client property coverage
  • Employee benefit plan/ Pension administrator's coverage
  • Social engineering fraud
  • ERISA bond
  • Personal account protection
  • Telephone fraud, mail and courier rider, data restoration
  • Claim expense and extended reporting period
  • Activity - Claim Scenarios
  • Interactive Exercise

Combating Commercial Crime

  • Chapter introduction & objectives
  • Employee crimes: common, expensive and complex FREE PREVIEW
  • Common types of fraud
  • Claims example: large gold mining company
  • Claims example: lawyer
  • Not-for-profit organizations claims examples
  • Managing commercial crime risk
  • Human resources controls
  • Operations controls
  • Interactive Exercise

Buying Commercial Crime Insurance

  • Chapter introduction & objectives
  • Why organizations buy commercial crime insurance?
  • The application process
  • Application checklist
  • Social engineering fraud application checklist
  • What to buy? A look at different options
  • What to buy? Choosing an option
  • Other coverage decisions: who is covered and what is covered?
  • Other coverage decisions: policy terms (loss sustained to loss discovered & vice versa) FREE PREVIEW
  • Other coverage decisions: limits
  • Other coverage decisions: coverage limit
  • Other policy decisions: deductible
  • Other terms and conditions
  • Selecting an insurer
  • Interactive Exercise

Course Wrap Up & Final Assessment

  • Course Survey
  • Course Wrap Up
  • Commercial Crime Insurance Fundamentals Final Assessment

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