Nick earned his B.A. in management from the University of Iowa. Maletta joined Holmes Murphy in 2009 as an intern and has quickly advanced his career within the company, serving as an account executive and now a shareholder. In this business development role, he focuses on the professional liability needs of architects and engineers. Through dedication to expanding his industry knowledge and identifying strong risk solutions, he builds lasting relationships with his clients and peers.
Thursday, Oct. 4
Session 3 | 3:30 – 4:30 pm
Risk Drivers: Understanding the Dynamics of Risk in the A/E Industury
This fresh and updated seminar looks at how economic trends impact the design professions. Explore how showing an understanding of your clients’s needs can improve your firm’s quality; demonstrate show the A/E and professional liability industries interrelate; and reveal the technical and non-technical causes of claims. Great for the emerging professional by starting their career off on the right foot and with the knowledge to avoid and manage major industry pitfalls!
1. Identify the technical and non-technical risk drivers for the A/E professional
2. Provide risk management techniques in regards to client selection, and other often overlooked areas of firm management.
3. Highlight the claims statistics in regards to actual A/E claims to create lessons learned.
4. Apply your the lessons learned insights to your own firm management to improve risk management procedures within your firm.