A collection of noteworthy and topical articles we found helpful this month.
2021 is on track to be one of the costliest years this century for global reinsurers. As a result, double-digit rate increases are expected for property catastrophe cover in 2022. Read more
Hurricane Ida could be the most expensive Louisiana hurricane on record, based on insured damage. Projections show that $20-$40B may be paid by insurers for wind losses. Read more
Commercial insurance pricing is expected to stay strong, according to Travelers Cos. Inc. executive. Read more
Skyrocketing cybercrime is shaking up the cyber insurance industry. Here’s how to navigate the hardening market. Read more
In response to a surge in ransomware, insurers are increasing rates and restricting capacity. Read more
Will pandemic-related delayed care issues lead to a surge in medical malpractice claims? Here’s what could be coming. Read more
New market entrants are increasing D&O capacity, but high rates and strict underwriting continue. Read more
New entrants are helping to replace the capacity lost when several major insurers left the medical malpractice insurance market. Read more
Employers could face multiple employment practices liability issues as they reopen after COVID lockdowns. Here’s how claims of discrimination, wrongful termination and retaliation could emerge. Read more
Excessive fee litigation has increased. Here’s what’s happening now and what it means for the fiduciary liability insurance market. Read more
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