WILMINGTON, DEL.—Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Andy Rennick has earned certification as a Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter (CPCU).
A Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) is an insurance professional who has earned the CPCU designation; the designation is conferred by The Institutes. In order to earn this designation, insurance professionals must meet certain requirements in the following areas:
- Education —CPCUs pass eight national exams on topics including insurance law, accounting, risk management, and ethics. CPCUs continually update their base of insurance expertise by participating in technical and professional development workshops and seminars.
- Ethics —CPCUs promise to abide by a Code of Professional Ethics, placing their clients’ needs before their own.
- Experience —CPCUs meet an experience requirement to become a CPCU and have proven insurance experience and knowledge.
Andrew Rennick, CPCU is an experienced attorney who guides captive insurance companies in corporate formation, insurance regulatory and day-to-day governance issues. He is a frequent author and speaker on captive insurance topics and is a faculty member for the International Center for Captive Insurance Education. Rennick also serves on the Regulatory Liaison Committee of the Delaware Captive Insurance Association.