Norman A. Baglini, Ph.D., CPCU, CLU, AU, ARe
Professor of Risk Management, Insurance and Business Ethics
Fox School of Business and Management
622 Alter Hall
1810 North 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122-6083
Phone: (215) 204-8155
Norm Baglini is Professor of Risk Management, Insurance and Business Ethics at Temple University in Philadelphia where he is a Deanís Teaching Fellow. He is also President Emeritus and Life Trustee of the American Institute for Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters, the Insurance Institute of America and the Insurance Institute for Applied Ethics, where he served for twenty-five years, eleven as chief executive officer. He currently chairs the Ethics Policy Committee of the Board. Upon his retirement, the Board of Trustees established an ethics endowment in his name to support the projects of the Insurance Institute for Applied Ethics.
Before joining the Institutes, Norm was employed by the Aetna Life & Casualty Company and Marsh and McLennan. He is the author of Risk Management in International Corporations and Global Risk Management and a co-author of the early editions of two other books: Principles of Property and Liability Underwriting and Insurance Company Operations as well as numerous articles and professional papers in risk management, professional education and business ethics. His invited speeches and papers at risk management and insurance industry conferences and academic meetings have been presented in 46 states and 13 countries. He is a member of the Scientific Committee of the Geneva Association and an associate editor of the Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance Issues and Practice, the John Liner Review, and Insurance Research and Practice, the journal of the Chartered Insurance Institute of Great Britain. He is a managing director of Alba Advisors, LLC, and has designed and developed corporate ethics programs for S & P 500 companies and corporate risk management and insurance training programs for insurance companies and brokers. Before joining the faculty at Temple University, he taught undergraduate courses and executive education at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
Norm earned B. S. and M.B.A. degrees from the University of Rhode Island and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in economics from Temple University.