(Nov. 14, 2013) -- The University Center and Frost Bank invite UTSA faculty and staff to a UC Lunch and Learn Seminar on "The Fundamentals of Insurance." The event will be 11 a.m.-noon, Monday, Nov. 18, in the H-E-B University Center Harris Room (2.212).
The speakers, Lorena Rios-Contreras, vice president of Frost Insurance, and Tom Marconi, personal risk adviser with Frost Bank, will discuss the importance of different types of insurance.
>> Boxed lunches with sandwich, chips and cookie will be provided to the first 25 guests who reserve a seat for the seminar. To reserve a seat, email UCinfo@utsa.edu.
Contreras has been part of the Frost family since 2000. As a Frost risk adviser, she assists clients in identifying risk, then providing tailored insurance solutions to management that risk along with ongoing advice and guidance as future needs arise.
Marconi is a San Antonio native who has been in the financial industry for 32 years, including 25 years as a member of the Frost family. He oversees the Personal Insurance division, and has worked in insurance for 11 years. He is licensed in property and casualty, and life and health insurance, and specializes in personal assets.
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