Faculty NameIan Greenway
Ian Greenway is President and CEO of LIG Marine Managers, a Commercial Marine and international MGA & Lloyd's Broker with offices in Florida, London, Texas, Pennsylvania and California specializing in Longshore and commercial marine insurance.
Ian was born in England and educated at London University in computer systems design and physics. He studied at the New York College of Insurance and is one of a handful of people holding insurance licenses in both England and America simultaneously.
Ian has worked in and with the Lloyd's marketplace for over 30 years. He is a National Faculty Member for the Society of Certified Insurance Counselors and numerous other professional organizations. He also sponsors and presents numerous seminars on marine insurance as well as acting as a marine consultant, author, expert and congressional witness.
Ian's extensive experience traveling between England and United States affords a unique understanding of the insurance business on both sides of the Atlantic.
Faculty NameRichard Pitts
Richard S. Pitts is Vice President and General Counsel to Arlington/Roe & Co., Inc., an insurance brokerage and managing general agent headquartered in Indianapolis. Rick also serves as general counsel to the Independent Insurance Agents of Indiana, Inc. As counsel to the "Big I," Rick speaks annually at the association's Agency Compliance Seminars and teaches various seminars on insurance and employment related matters. Rick has also presented continuing education seminars to insurance professionals nationally.
Rick is a 1983 graduate of Wabash College and a 1986 graduate of the Indiana University McKinney School of Law. He clerked for the Honorable Patrick D. Sullivan, a judge of the Indiana Court of Appeals in 1986-87. Rick is admitted to practice before Indiana state and federal courts, the United States Supreme Court and the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and is a member of local, state, and national bar associations. He has tried cases and participated in over seventy appeals.
Rick has served as a panelist and lecturer on a variety continuing education subjects, including cyber-related risks, the Americans with Disabilities Act, "Mold: Issues Under the Microscope" for the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum (ICLEF), and "Insurance Issues for Builders" for the Indiana Builders Association. Rick has also served as chair of several ICLEF seminars, including "Advanced Corporate Practice," "Privacy Law," and "Insurance Coverage Issues." Rick has also presented seminars on "Insuring Fiduciary Exposures," "Insurance Coverage Disputes," and "Agency Succession and Perpetuation." He has co-authored articles appearing in the Indiana Law Review.