The drone invasion
As the usage of unmanned aircraft systems explodes worldwide – driven by growth in the US – IBA takes a closer look at how the expanding insurance market is responding
The disruptors are coming
Digital disruption could upend brokers’ crucial place in the industry, and adaptation is key to survival, write Michael Lyman and John Mulhall
What will it take to expand private flood insurance?
The government’s e¬ffort to expand the private market is just one piece of this complex puzzle
Why don’t clients buy enough insurance?
People generally don’t carry a lot of insurance unless they’re required to – but there’s a solution, writes one expert
Why culture is key
In today’s M&A-heavy insurance industry, culture is a crucial element of smooth acquisitions, writes
As one generation retires from the industry, a quality transition is the key to professional survival, writes Scott Rogers
Is federal flood insurance the problem, not the solution?
Expert argues that government-subsidized flood insurance does more harm than good
Capturing the “it” market for insurers
With the right tools and knowledge, agents can better understand their risk profiles
25 years on: lessons learned from Hurricane Andrew
Andrew changed the way the industry operated, and opened up the world of hurricane modelling
Are you training to fail?
You might be hiring the right people, but if you fail to train them, you’re training to fail, writes Preston Diamond