Learning Live Series
Short, Virtual Session Provides Insight into AI
Get clarity on what artificial intelligence (AI) is — and is not ― from an expert instructor in Learning Live: Intro to Artificial Intelligence. This interactive, two-hour session is designed to help life insurance industry employees who don’t yet work with AI understand why insurers are moving to embrace it. You’ll learn more about tasks AI can and cannot perform well, the benefits and challenges of AI, and the role employees have in collaborating with AI.
Earn Your ASRI Designation Before Program Requirements Change!
Changes are coming soon to the Associate, Secure Retirement Institute™ (ASRI®) program. As of January 1, 2022, a new course, SRI 240 — Profitability in the Retirement Business, will become a requirement for the designation program. Earn your ASRI before this change goes into effect! Learn more about the ASRI and SRI 240.
Strategic Leadership Programs
Meet Today's Industry Challenges. Prepare for the Future.
Broaden your skill set and engage with leaders across the industry by attending a practical, relevant, virtual program on topics such as innovation, finance, and decision-making.
This supplement to the 2021 Insurance Barometer Study, the latest entry in LIMRA’s portfolio of studies on diverse markets, reports on Black Americans’ reasons for not owning life insurance, along with their most commonly held misconceptions about it. Financial advisors and industry marketers can apply these findings to understand the mindsets of those who want — but neither purchase nor purchase more — life insurance. Read the report.
As we emerge from the pandemic what are the key lessons learned in our industry? LIMRA and LOMA asked seven industry CEOs to share their insights. Watch the video.
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Prohibited Transaction Exemption 2020-02: Investment Advisor Compliance and Regulatory Impacts
The Department of Labor's Prohibited Transaction Exemption 2020-02, called Improving Investment Advice for Workers and Retirees, expands the definition of fiduciary advice under ERISA to recommendations about rollovers and IRA investments.
The Insider Risk Program Journey: Where to Begin
This presentation will walk through the top challenges organizations face today when building or evolving an insider risk program, how to identify key stakeholders to strengthen the program, processes that can be leveraged, and technology or licenses that can enable detection and response.
The Evolution of Life Insurance: Planning for the Future
This webinar will discuss how markets, products, and distribution are evolving to meet new challenges.
The Evolution of the Retirement Plan Industry: Planning for the Future
Yesterday's differentiators are quickly becoming today's table stakes. This webinar will discuss how markets, products, and distribution are evolving to meet new challenges.
This series of reports focuses on critical emerging technologies topics for the financial services industry, as organizations pivot to meet current and post-pandemic needs.
This report provides an update on lessons learned, underwriting changes, electronic applications and delivery, and lapse experience related to the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. and Canada.
Learn when LIMRA predicts the workplace life and disability benefits markets will recover and return to normalcy.
Meet Your Personal Education Advisors
Do you have the tools you need to manage the challenges ahead? Learn more about how Sharyn Kessler and Melanie McHugh, Personal Education Advisors at LL Global, can help you in your professional development journey.
“I just joined the insurance industry and my manager recommended LOMA professional development as a way to learn more about the industry. I really enjoyed the course and a lot of my work terminologies are starting to make sense now.”
“I'm grateful for having these courses available. They've very helpful to me, as I'm new to the industry. I've gained knowledge and a better understanding of the area that I am working with. Thank you!”
“I feel like I was engaged and definitely able to associate the course content to my role. Passing this course helped me feel like I've accomplished something important, especially during this everlasting pandemic.”
LOMA offers a wide range of courses, designations, and resources to help you at any point during your career. We’ve broken down these learning opportunities for you in convenient segments so you can browse by career stage or line of business to find a next step that fits your needs.
Am I eligible to take a LOMA course?
Regardless of your role at your company, LOMA has a course for you! LOMA courses and resources are ideal for insurance and financial services professionals and managers; whether you’re just getting started in the industry, or would like to build on your knowledge. Speak to your manager or LOMA Ed Rep at your company to find out more.
Why should I take a LOMA course?
LOMA education provides foundational knowledge needed to make informed decisions so you can succeed in your role. You’ll be better able to confidently respond to customer concerns and ensure your company’s financial success.
What LOMA Designation Programs are available?
LOMA designations are recognized throughout the insurance and financial services industries. Earning a designation shows you have a high level of knowledge in industry-related content. LOMA offers five programs focused on Life Insurance, Retirement, Customer Service, Compliance, and Reinsurance. You’ll find many required courses overlap from one program to another — earning you credit toward multiple designations.
How can I see which courses I still need to earn a designation?
To view which courses you will need for any program, log in to your student record in our learning system and click “Designations.”
How do I register for a LOMA course and where do I go for help?
Speak to your manager or LOMA Ed Rep at your company to determine how to register for a LOMA course. Once you have approval to take a LOMA course, reach out to a Personal Education Advisor if you need assistance:
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