APCIA offers a full calendar of conferences to help its members stay current with the issues and trends affecting the industry. These management-level events are, in many cases, geared toward specific job functions.

Here are the top five reasons to attend an APCIA conference:
  1. Network with peers from across the country
  2. Learn about topics that matter to you from an agenda tailored to the property casualty industry
  3. Hear from a diverse collection of top-notch speakers 
  4. Earn professional development credits
  5. Save on your registration fee with members-only discounts at most APCIA events

For more information, contact Ashley Solovy, Director, Meetings Management, at 847-553-3672.

Questions? Contact Courtney Thomas, Vice President, Member Relations, at courtney.thomas@apci.org or 847-553-3602.

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How to Get the Most Out of APCIA’s Information Resources

Members rely on a wealth of online information and compliance tools produced by the American Property Casualty Insurance Association. This page will help you get familiar with the APCIA website (formerly the PCI website) and access those resources. It has been created with former members of the American Insurance Association in mind, but may be helpful to all members.

APCIA Website Training Sessions

Click here to view a video tutorial on using the APCIA website.

Click here for the Compliance Deeper Dive tutorial, which takes a deeper look at the Compliance Information publications available on the APCIA website.

Click here to view a video tutorial on updating your subscriptions to APCIA resources.

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Information about APCIA’s advocacy/policy making structure, including a full list of committees and subcommittees, click here.

AIA Access, please see the Legislation and Regulation Database.

CEO Updates, please try the CEO Alerts and the Weekly Digest.

Enacted Legislation Reports, please try the Enacted Law Bulletins.

End of Session Reports, please try the Legislative Wrap-Ups.

First Read, please subscribe to APCIA SmartBrief.

Legal Research/50 State Surveys, please try CompliAssist™.

Loss Control Database, please try the Accident Prevention Compliance for Insurers and Loss Control Bulletins.

Political Environment Report, please try the Legal Landscape (you will need to select the state), or the State Landing Page, which can be found under Advocacy, State, and then select the relevant state.

State Affairs Highlights, please try State Capital Bulletins.

State Insurance Department Activity Report, please try Adopted Regulation Bulletins and Proposed Regulation Bulletins.

A summary of the current political, regulatory and judicial environment in a particular state, try the State Environment Report.

The State Tax Manual can be found here.

Information about signing up for full-text email subscriptions, please see the Subscription Tutorial.


If you have any questions, please contact Courtney Thomas at 847-553-3602 or Carol Emory at 847-553-3805.