For Immediate Release:
December 15, 2023
Oklahoma Insurance Department Successfully Hosts Inaugural Insurance Day
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Insurance Department (OID) successfully hosted the inaugural Oklahoma Insurance Day in Oklahoma City. The conference was held at the Embassy Suites Downtown Medical Center on December 14 and attracted a total of 125 attendees from across the insurance sector in Oklahoma.
“Our first Insurance Day was a huge success, and I’m proud of our entire team for developing a robust, educational agenda and hosting a great event,” Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner Glen Mulready said. “I know attendees walked away with more insight into the industry here in Oklahoma from several expert perspectives.”
The conference covered important aspects of the insurance sector in Oklahoma and national topics driving the industry. The sessions featured leading experts from industry and regulators across the country. The speakers included Montana State Auditor and Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Troy Downing, Reinsurance Association of America (RAA) Vice President of State Relations Paul Martin, OID’s Captive Insurance Director Steve Kinion and OID’s Government and Community Affairs Director Ashley Scott, with the keynote address given by former KTUL anchor Mark Bradshaw.
The event was supported by the Independent Insurance Agents of Oklahoma (Big I Oklahoma) and brought together regulators, business leaders, industry professionals and beyond to connect, learn, and collaborate. The event featured informative sessions, panel discussions, and networking opportunities.