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Natural Disasters - Helping Clients Prepare for an Increasing Risk Environment
Course Information
Content Level:  Intermediate
NAPFA Subject Area: B-Insurance & Risk Management
Course Description

Natural disasters strike suddenly, so it is important to help your clients be prepared. This session will examine the effects of natural disasters on clients’ financial and emotional well-being. We will examine behaviors and beliefs that influence disaster planning and discuss various ways to use insurance to provide financial protect against common disasters such as flooding, windstorms, wildfires, and earthquakes.

Learning Objectives
  1. Understand the importance of including disaster planning within a client's risk management plan
  2. Determine behaviors and beliefs that influence client decision making and how to encourage clients to be disaster ready
  3. Learn foundational information regarding flood insurance the National Flood Insurance Program

Mark Evers, PhD, CFP®

Dr. Mark Evers, CFP® is a Lecturer and the Financial Planning Program Director at the University of North Texas in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Dr. Evers has a PhD and MS in Personal Financial Planning from Texas Tech University, and an MBA and MS in Finance and Economics from West Texas A&M University. His primary research focus is on the impacts of natural disasters on consumer behavior and financial well-being. Dr. Evers’ current research is on the impacts of Hurricane Harvey on risk management, financial well-being, and consumer behavior.

Availability: On-Demand
Expires on May 07, 2024
Initial Cost: FREE
Additional Cost: CFP® CE: $10.00
Credit Offered:
1 NAPFA CE Credit
1 CFP® CE Credit
Contains: 2 Courses
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