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There are billions to be made, but those transporting the product tread carefully.
Conditions seem ripe for rates to rise, but overcapacity in excess & surplus and elsewhere hinders hardening.
XL Catlin's data chief seeks not to replace underwriters, but to empower them to do their jobs better than ever before.
After a year of heavy losses, marine underwriters are imposing rate hikes despite plentiful market capacity.
A presentation held in London drives home the point that flood modeling has a long way to go.
Our 2018 Insurance Executives to Watch drive a renewed focus on underwriting.
Big storms add urgency to reforms on transparency and repeat claims.
“What if” scenarios are affecting premiums just as much as actual events.
How long before specialty underwriters are replaced by computers?
It's worth a visit to Lloyd's to get a reminder of its relevance and potential.
In this coverage spotlight, an equipment breakdown underwriter sat down with R&I to discuss the ins and outs of covered losses due to mechanical or electrical breakdown.
Aon produced an agents’ guide covering newly-effective changes to the National Flood Insurance Program
A growing sector gathers for its annual meeting in Scottsdale.
The modern insurance industry is seeing volatility like it has never seen before.
XL Catlin's Simon Argent leads a team that is giving the company's business leaders much better information on political and credit risk.
Key drivers are increased retail distress, but also bank eagerness to monetize.
One of Lloyd’s most controversial and successful underwriters was the quintessential maverick.
The AAMGA and NAPSLO merged to create the Wholesale & Specialty Insurance Association — a member services organization servicing the wholesale, specialty and surplus lines industry.
IUMI’s annual meeting in September will offer a rare glimpse into local markets.
Tech startups and data wizards are claiming to make insurance modern, agile, and friendly. Will they succeed where other tech waves have failed?