Coronavirus: The Debate Continues

Coronavirus: The Debate Continues

Debate and discussion regarding the insurance implications related to the COVID-19 pandemic continue to evolve. In this email we have compiled recent relevant publications and posts. To see earlier compilations…

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Pandemics & Insurance Part 2

The coronavirus pandemic has unleashed a flood of information since we issued our previous Curated Content on Pandemics and Insurance so it seemed appropriate to provide an updated collection of resources. As…

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Hard Insurance Market? Hard to Tell!

There have been rumblings about a hard market for several months, but what exactly is a hard market and how do we know when we’re in one? According to IRMI, a…

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Pandemics and Insurance

The World Heath Organization (WHO) has declared the Novel Coronavirus a “public health emergency of international concern.” Leading news media indicate that it will likely be classified as a pandemic soon. Both the…

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Our Picks for NOLA & CPCU

The Big Easy for the Big 7-5! Photograph of a Map of New Orleans from a 1905 National Board of Fire Underwriters Report in The Library’s collection. For more photos check…

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Travel Insurance — The Long & Winding Road

As summer comes to a close, you may be trying to squeeze in one last trip or perhaps you’re one of those forward thinking individuals who is already planning holiday travel….

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InsurTechs — The Evolving Insurance Ecosystem

We published a curated content on InsurTech developments in March, but there have been enough developments since then that we thought it would be useful to share another roundup of resources….

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The Personal Watercraft Market — Ship Shape!

Interesting to see, as disclosed in the article “Storm Clouds May be Ahead for Personal Lines, Says Superintendent Cioppa,” in the May 17, 2019 edition of The Standard, that legislators in Maine are…

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