FIN 170 - Fundamentals of InsuranceSemester Hours: 3
Once a year
Basic principles underlying the field of insurance and risk management including the financial, economic, social, ethical and political ramifications of decision making in this area. An analysis of the institutional aspects of risk management, which will enable the individual or business to lessen financial loss from fortuitous causes. Also covered are aspects of regulatory and compliance requirements in the industry, particularly as they relate to solvency and market conduct.
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