OLDWICK, N.J.--()--A panel of industry leaders in the surplus lines sector of the U.S. insurance market will review the market and highlights of a new report on that sector in a special webinar set for Monday, September 24, at 2 p.m. ET.
The 60-minute webinar is offered at no charge and is available as online streaming video or in audio-only format. Register at www.bestreview.com/webinars/surplus12.
Since 1994, the Derek Hughes/NAPSLO Educational Foundation has provided a grant to A.M. Best to produce a detailed report on the excess and surplus lines insurance sector. The report updates the relative positions of carriers in the market and examines regulatory developments, distribution, solvency, availability and coverage. The surplus lines market provides coverage for risks that the standard insurance market is unwilling or unable to insure.
- David Bresnahan, President, Lexington Insurance Company
- Maureen Caviston, President, Partners Specialty Group and a former NAPSLO President
- Brady Kelley, Executive Director, NAPSLO
- Robert Sargent, President & Chief Executive Officer, Tennant Risk Services and current President of NAPSLO
The event is presented by Lexington Insurance Company. Visit them at www.lexingtoninsurance.com/.
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