Accident | Critical Illness | Hospital Indemnity | Life Insurance | Short Term Disability
Come celebrate with us @ the 2022 NASBI Forum in San Antonio, Texas
We’ll be Twenty in 2022!
NASBI was formed in 2002 as NACII. Since then, the organization has served as the leading advocate for critical illness insurance and supplemental benefits in the United States.
We are your supplemental benefit insurance industry source.
NASBI continually seeks opportunities to bring together representatives throughout our industry to share knowledge, disseminate research and regulatory information, and to provide members a forum setting for informed discussions of Supplemental Benefit Insurance products.
The following policies are in place for this meeting:
Forum attendees are required to be vaccinated or self-test for coronavirus within 72 hours prior to the start of the Forum.
Forum attendees are not required to provide proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test in order to attend. We are relying on the integrity of our attendees to comply with the COVID-19 policy.
While at the meeting, we will follow local guidelines. At this time, there is no mask requirement. We will notify you if this changes.
We will attempt to follow social distancing in meeting and dining spaces whenever possible.
If you are feeling ill or have any indication that you may have been exposed to the coronavirus, we ask that you not attend the Forum.
NASBI was established to provide a forum for discussion on Supplemental Benefit Insurance; to become a distribution source for information and education on Supplemental Benefit Insurance; and, to serve as a distribution channel for establishing and promoting Supplemental Benefit Insurance industry policy, industry education and industry position. Continue reading “Who we are”
NASBI continually seeks opportunities to bring together representatives throughout our industry to share knowledge, disseminate research and regulatory information, and to provide members a forum setting for informed discussions of Supplemental Benefit Insurance.