Insurance Market Summit 2016

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Join CT IFS for its 5th annual signature event in the nation's Insurance Capital on November 10: check out the latest on The Pace of Innovation and Change. Reserve your seats for another stellar event showcasing prominent forces in the industry.

CT IFS Members


  • Thank you to this year's ABC applicants!

    The application period for CT IFS' Actuarial Boot Camp is now closed - thank you to all who applied for the eighth annual Camp, to be hosted this July at Prudential in Hartford.  ABC is a one-week camp for high school seniors and college freshmen who have a passion for math, and we look forward to announcing the 2016 campers soon!

  • 2016 Did You Know? Campaign at the LOB

    With the start of Legislative Session, CT IFS once again launched its public advocacy campaign, Did You Know?, with a display at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford. Connecticut's IFS industry prevails with 110,900 employees and strong national rankings as the Insurance Capital.

  • Get Hired Returns to Hartford - January 5, 2016

    More than 500 talented college students, hailing from schools in Connecticut and across the United States, turned out for Get Hired 2016 at the Marriott Hartford Downtown. Twenty-five employers were there to meet them!  Learn more.

  • 2015 Insurance Market Brief

    Unveiled at the annual Insurance Market Summit on November 4 in Hartford, this in-depth industry report focuses on the forces disrupting the insurance sector and highlights how Connecticut companies are leveraging talent, experience and innovation to identify opportunities for growth. The Brief was developed in collaboration with PwC.

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Connecticut's Insurance & Financial Services Cluster (CT IFS) was established in 2003 to foster cooperation and collaboration between business, academia and state government. The successful partnership continues to be a model for workforce development and economic development in the U.S.

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