Few areas of the Excess and Surplus (E&S) market have seen an influx of new market entrants like the Casualty market has. The impact of these new entrants wasn't apparent early on. These insurers needed time to craft their underwriting guidelines and secure reinsurance support.
As is the trend across the industry, new insurance companies and managing general agents (MGAs) have lured experienced E&S Casualty underwriters — sometimes entire teams — from their long-standing employers with the promise of new opportunities. These moves have disrupted many long-standing, long-term broker-underwriter and broker-carrier relationships, creating a new market dynamic.
Join a panel of Casualty line experts as they give insight into:
- What this influx means for the Casualty market in terms of capacity and other factors
- The relative impact across key industries, such as habitational, construction, public entities, higher education, excess trucking and energy
- The vital role of the E&S market, and submission strategies to prepare for upcoming renewals
We hope you will join us to learn what's driving today's market and what your clients may expect next.