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NYACT Speaker and Topic Bureau Submission

We are always interested in who and what is ‘up and coming’ as notable speakers and topics reflecting the ever-changing theft and fraud arena.  We want speakers who will educate and inspire our members, leaving them with value and new perspectives, and topics that are prevalent and of value to insurance and law enforcement investigators.

NYACT membership is comprised of representatives from most major insurance companies, law enforcement, the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), the New York State Insurance Department (NYSID), the New York State Police (NYSP), and other New York State Regulatory Agencies.

NYACT offers a dozen educational sessions and conferences each year.  Directed towards insurance industry personnel, law enforcement, and other interested entities, attendees come to learn new strategies and techniques to reduce the escalating cost of vehicle theft and insurance fraud.  Each training conference offers built in opportunities to network with speakers and sponsors.

All speaker information submitted to our office will be reviewed for our Board of Directors and Event Committees.  The NYACT Speakers Bureau is a collection of speakers who have volunteered their expertise, and those who have been recommended by our members.  Submissions about new topics are just as important, and we will search for industry experts for those suggestions.

If you are submitting on behalf of yourself, should suitable speaking engagements arise, we will contact you for more information.  While inclusion in our database does not guarantee engagements, a profile does broaden your exposure in the organization.

Our specialty is in providing high quality training and networking opportunities for our insurance and law enforcement members.  Please complete this form if you are a speaker, or have a recommendation for a speaker or topic, regarding auto theft or insurance fraud.

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