For more than 60 years, the Victor and CNA professional liability program has maintained a solid and stable base policy while introducing innovative expansions of coverage. Just as the design and construction industry has evolved, so has their policy. The CNA policy has now expanded the definition of the term insured in a significant way […]
The Quarterly eNewsletter of The AIA Trust —January 2021
Setting up and participating in a retirement plan are important parts of an architect’s financial future. When you have a retirement plan, it is important to name a beneficiary. Understanding the options involved in setting a retirement plan beneficiary is an important part of your decision-making.
Approximately 2.43 million pets were insured in the United States by the end of 2018 – an increase of more than 17% in one year. While pet insurance is increasingly popular, you need to determine if it is right for you. Learn more about this new member benefit.
We are pleased to announce that GEICO is now part of the special AIA member benefit offerings offered to you by the AIA Trust for members and component staff of the American Institute of Architects.
Due to developments in technology, design firms no longer have to operate as hierarchical organizations that rely on full-time employees to perform consulting services. Firms are reevaluating their organizational structures and practices to better serve existing clients and pursue new opportunities.
Much has happened in the five months since component leaders met together at the AIA Grassroots meeting in New Orleans and were encouraged to submit grant proposals for the 2020 AIA Trust-Victor & CNA Component Grants Program which offers financial support for component programs.
Emergency management is the process of preparing for, responding to, and recovering from an emergency situation and the subsequent business disruption. The current viral pandemic should remind professional service firms to update their plans to address possible interruptions related to mass illnesses. All firms should reassess their abilities to meet contractual obligations and business continuity […]