Mission Statement
The AIRROC NextGen Task Force works in conjunction with the AIRROC Board of Directors and Executive Director to explore ways to transfer knowledge about legacy, engage with and provide networking and educational opportunities for the next generation of legacy industry and AIRROC association leaders. 

About Us
The AIRROC NextGen Task Force is a group of young professionals in the (re)insurance industry working to connect with other members in the industry. The task force creates intercompany relationships through holding and facilitating mentorship programs, educational sessions, networking events, and career development opportunities. Our members come from diverse backgrounds, disciplines, and functional areas; we aim to create an inclusive environment to sharing and learning in the run-off and (re)insurance market.

Who We Are
Learn more about us HERE.

The Task Force works on a number of initiatives to support AIRROC and our peers in the legacy space including:

  • Educational sessions – sharing the latest industry developments and facilitating knowledge transfer
  • Networking events – connecting peers from various backgrounds and promoting interactions with more senior AIRROC members
  • Career development– offering credentials and providing opportunities for personal development

The Task Force proudly presents a new podcast series entitled The Legacy Life.  The bi-weekly podcast series is designed to introduce young professionals to the legacy (re)insurance space. You can find our podcasts on the Apple Podcast platform and link to them here - The Legacy Life

Educational Events
The NextGen Task Force focuses on hosting educational topics specifically geared towards newcomers and young professionals. Our panelists and presenters are experts in their respective fields.

Attendance at NextGen Task Force educational sessions will help you earn your CLP (Certified Legacy Professional) designation through AIRROC Educational sessions cover a wide variety of topics to appeal to all factions of the run-off industry that members do not see on a daily basis

  • Legal –Common legal implications that companies face with their run-off portfolios
  • Reinsurance –Typical reinsurance structures companies will use to manage their legacy portfolios and transfer risk
  • Claims - Common claims practices for retired portfolios and industry developments
  • Actuarial – Learn the basics of popular actuarial methods for examining reserve adequacy
  • Regulatory – stay up to date on happenings at the NAIC and other regulatory bodies.
How can you get involved??
  • Become an Ambassador Today! Ambassadors are individuals within the AIRROC membership that help us to get the word out about what we are doing?