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Ahead of this year’s WSIA conference in San Diego, here are some key trends affecting specialty lines.
The Wholesale & Specialty Insurance Association (WSIA) Annual Marketplace is back in person this November 16-19.
This group of E&S professionals shared their thoughts on how to be most successful and impactful as organizational leaders.
Growth in the surplus market will continue as companies facing new exposures look for coverage flexibility and rate relief.
The need for a more diverse and inclusive workforce has been thrust to the fore as Americans urge for equality and social justice.
Experts in the wholesale and specialty space share the challenges and opportunities they face during the current hard market and COVID-19’s impact.
Joel Cavaness, co-founder of Risk Placement Services and president of WSIA, sat down with R&I to discuss a thriving career and top trends in the wholesale space.
A shifting market landscape will be at the center of discussion at the 2019 WSIA Annual Marketplace, but the industry focus remains on building relationships.
Catastrophe losses dented some wholesale and specialty businesses in 2018, but the focus of WSIA’s Underwriting Summit was on how this steadily growing market can continue to thrive.
A few themes emerged at this year’s Annual Marketplace, including challenging market conditions, the talent gap, and the promise of Insurtech.
Packed with networking opportunities and timely education sessions, this year’s WSIA Annual Marketplace is sure to satisfy.
The AAMGA and NAPSLO merged to create the Wholesale & Specialty Insurance Association — a member services organization servicing the wholesale, specialty and surplus lines industry.
Attendees at the NAPSLO convention in San Diego need to find ways to compete, yet avoid falling victim to price wars.
Attendees of the 2016 NAPSLO Annual Convention shared their thoughts on what lies ahead for the excess and surplus insurance industry.
In an era of fierce competition, E&S players turn to customization and cutting-edge technology to differentiate themselves.
Competitive pricing and M&As are pushing the E&S market to evolve.
E&S insurers and brokers are scrambling for market share, but remain confident of future growth.
Optimism about the opportunities in excess and surplus lines was strong during the NAPSLO conference.
Coverage for unmanned aircraft is just one new opportunity for the excess carriers.
Brokers and underwriters plan to discuss emerging risks and legislative priorities.