Registration is now open for the premier property and casualty insurance event in Texas.
It was a silver anniversary event for those attending the 2017 Annual ICT P&C Symposium in Austin. If you were unable to attend, take a look at what you missed.
Ever since the National Weather Service began giving hurricanes names in 1954, Texas has been hit by 19 hurricanes. View our Hurricane Central page to see statistics on every texas hurricane and more.
Be prepared, it just takes one.
The Insurance Council of Texas wants to remind all Texas coastal residents to be prepared as it just takes one hurricane to cause massive destruction to your property and vehicles and sometimes months or years for some areas to recover.
ICT’s Education Foundation has provided scholarships to more than 500 insurance and risk management students at 10 Texas universities.
See our 2018 Recipients
We also try and find these students jobs within the insurance industry.
with a Competitive Edge
ICT keeps members up-to-date on all aspects of the Texas insurance marketplace, enabling them to make informed business decisions and stay knowledgeable on complex issues and changes impacting their businesses and operations in Texas.
Monthly and quarterly industry newsletters, frequest filing updates, timely bulletins, legistlative reports, and more keep our membership informed and up-to-date.
Insurance Council of Texas (ICT) is a non-profit, state trade association that serves property and casualty insurance carriers and their customers by educating members and consumers on Texas insurance issues. As the collective voice of the Texas insurance industry, we help our members stay current in an ever-changing marketplace and act as a critical conduit to ensure our membership’s position is heard on all insurance issues. We represent our members’ interests at the Texas Department of Insurance and other regulatory agencies. We also track the Texas legislative process and report back to our members on all legislative initiatives and changes in insurance law.
By partnering with ICT, our members gain a powerful ally in the insurance industry focused on their needs in Texas. We are committed to providing unparalleled information, education, programs, tools and resources, networking opportunities and media representation that enable our members to remain competitive and informed on the industry we serve.
The Insurance Council of Texas (ICT) 3rd Annual Speed Interview and Network Session has grown into the association's largest student recruitment event ever held for insurance and risk management students.
Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Cassie Brown as Commissioner of Workers' Compensation at the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) for a term set to expire on February 1, 2019.
ICT will host its 26th Annual ICT/AFACT Property and Casualty Symposium in a new location and opens the event with a one-on-one question and answer session with Texas insurance commissioner Kent Sullivan.
focuses on reducing leading causes of injury
and death at work, on the road and in our
homes and communities.
“The University of Texas-Dallas enjoys a very synergetic relationship with the Insurance Council of Texas. Through the Education Foundation, ICT is directly involved with shaping the next generation of talent for the insurance industry.”
Debra Richardson, University of Texas-Dallas
“I've attended ICT's symposium for the last 15 years. It's a great conference in terms of speakers and updates for Texas, especially the economic updates. It's also a good chance to meet others in the industry and get current on relevant insurance issues.”
Sean Cahill, Amica Mutual Insurance Company
“With my busy schedule, I depend on the Insurance Council of Texas to send me important updates regarding Texas Workers' Compensation, so that I can share it with my team to ensure compliance with claim handling.”
Jennifer Laabs, Church Mutual Insurance Company
“Insurance Council of Texas does an extensive amount of work to educate the public about a broad spectrum of insurance related issues; from hurricane preparedness to smoke detectors that keep Texas consumers safe.”
Tony Gonzalez, UPC Insurance