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3 Ways Best-in-Class Property Insurers Prepare for a Severe Hurricane Season

Resiliency through multiple catastrophes requires years of disciplined underwriting and portfolio management, and the ability to think beyond immediate risks.

White Paper Summary

Successful businesses are characterized in part by their ability to keep one foot in the present and the other in the future. Stability is the product of the careful balancing of short- and long-term goals, and the shrewd analysis of risk versus reward.

In the midst of today’s uncertainty, planning ahead seems like a fruitless exercise for many businesses. Long-term goals can seem superfluous when simple survival is a top priority. But the companies that emerge from the pandemic in the strongest position will be those that prepare for threats beyond the current crisis.


To learn more about Lexington Insurance, a member of AIG, visit http://www.lexingtoninsurance.com/.

Lexington Insurance Company, an AIG Company, is the leading U.S.-based surplus lines insurer.

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