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May 29, 2019
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AmWINS Group, Inc. is the largest wholesale distributor of specialty insurance products and services in the U.S.
whitePaper | August 20, 2021
COVID-19 brought sweeping implications for all industries, but nowhere more so than in the health insurance industry. And now, firms continue to face challenges on multiple fronts as they work to meet the expectations of both members and employees. At the peak of disruption, the focus was on ensuring business continuity. These days efficiency initiatives are cropping up as insurers adapt to the new normal.
whitePaper | January 4, 2020
A self-insured lender assumes all risk and absorbs any losses that occur. The greatest disadvantage of self-insurance is that risk is not transferred. To minimize uninsured losses, some self-insured lenders add follow up procedures such as: Requiring evidence of physical damage insurance at the time of loan closing.
whitePaper | December 2, 2019
Professional liability insurance can be an awkward topic for brokers, as it sometimes entails reminding accomplished professionals that they need protection from their mistakes. However, law firms understand the value of specialized expertise – especially when it comes to the coverage afforded by their own Lawyers Professional Liability Insurance.
whitePaper | November 20, 2019
In fact, the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud indicates $80 billion of insurance fraud occurs in the U.S. every year.1 But given the often-intangible nature of insurance fraud, this is hardly a firm figure and doesn’t precisely identify operational costs incurred. With many forms of insurance fraud going unchecked, the actual amount of fraud loss insurers is dealing with — both in the U.S. and abroad — is often an educated guess at best.
whitePaper | December 14, 2021
The cyber insurance market is changing fast, and conditions are getting tougher as the market hardens for the first time in its 15-plus year history. While most organizations already have some cyber insurance coverage, many are finding the bar for renewal is getting higher as capacity shrinks – and premiums are going up.
whitePaper | December 27, 2021
Climate-aware institutional investors are assumed to affect the transition towards a low carbon economy by exercising their prerogatives as owners of global companies. Investors concerned with climate change can influence investee companies’ carbon footprint by voting at shareholder meetings on climate-related issues and by actively engaging with executives and board members. The authors study to what extent institutional investors’ ownership affected corporate carbon emissions in 68 countries for the period of 2007 to 2018.
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