- Published: May 2011
How to Read a 10-K Filing of a Public Insurance Company
- Published: June 2010
- 60 Minutes
In How to Read a 10-K Filing of a Public Insurance Company, ExecSense examines what insurance lawyers need to know about interpreting and analyzing the most important parts of an insurance company’s 10-K filing. Take the 60 minutes to view this webinar (on your computer, mobile phone, iPod or printed out) to update your knowledge on insurance company’s 10-K filings so you can understand the financial and legal impact of critical information contained in these SEC filings and hold your own in a conversation on the topic with clients and colleagues.
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The webinar is led by an expert at helping insurance lawyers understand and interpret the information contained in insurance company’s 10-K filings, Mike Kolar, and focuses on:
- Everything you need to know in 60 minutes about how to interpret and analyze the most important parts of an insurance company’s 10-K filing with the SEC
- A section-by-section tour of an insurance company’s 10-K filing with special attention paid to the most critical takeaways that insurance lawyers should glean from each key section (like the Manager’s Discussion & Analysis (MD&A) section, the Legal Proceedings section, and the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements) and “red flags” from a legal standpoint that insurance lawyers should be on the lookout for
- A list of key terms that insurance lawyers need to understand in an insurance company’s 10-K filing
- The 10 questions insurance lawyers need to be ready to answer from their clients regarding legal issues that are impacted by 10-K filings
- Case studies of how other insurance lawyers use their understanding of 10-K filings, as well as important lessons learned from insurance lawyers who did not understand how to spot potential legal problems in their client’s 10-k filings
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