COVER: Young Guns
It’s easy to make jokes about the demographics of the insurance industry – tried, true, and mostly gray-haired. While the average of an insurance professional these days is indeed 54, the rumblings of change are starting to be heard as 400,000 positions are expected to open up in the industry by 2020. To honor that progress, Insurance Business America is recognizing 42 exceptional professionals under the ages of 35 who have made a name for themselves despite their limited years of experience. We hope you’ll take the time to learn from these Young Guns and the stories they have to share.
A shrinking world
The recent spate of consolidation among property/casualty insurers has producers reassessing their place in a market dominated by fewer and fewer large players.
Have we seen the last of the Obamacare debate?
After the Supreme Court decided to uphold the federal tax subsidies required by the ACA, heated debate has reignited among insurance professionals. Three industry leaders speak out on whether we’ve heard the last of the debate.
Entering a bold new world
XL Group’s executive deputy chairman, Stephen Catlin, talks about building a global business and preparing for change in the industry.
Making the most of the professional liability marketplace
Everyone makes mistakes – which is why professional liability insurance remains a must-have for almost every industry.
A win-win for the industry
The Supreme Court’s June ruling on marriage equality is great for agents, clients and the industry as a whole, writes Washington insurance agency owner David Kosar.
Coverage for the unthinkable
Accidents happen – and when they’re particularly devastating, excess commercial auto coverage is ready to pick up the pieces.
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