Editorial Panels


The construction insurance market is awash with opportunity for brokers – if you know how to capitalize on them. 

After a period in which the industry suffered a series of COVID-prompted setbacks, with new regulation introduced and new safety measures required, the spotlight has rarely been brighter on the construction insurance marketplace. But how has this changed approaches to underwriting and what can brokers do to help their clients mitigate these risks? 

To help you stay on top of the construction insurance space, Insurance Business has put together a Construction Power Panel featuring some of the biggest names in the industry. It will meet on a quarterly basis to outline all the latest issues and biggest concerns in the marketplace – and to give your business the building blocks for success in a competitive marketplace. 




Cyber insurance is no longer a niche product – as if a series of high-profile attacks didn’t shine a bright enough spotlight on the product, then a global pandemic which thrust the world into a remote working environment most certainly did. Now, cyber insurance has become so mainstream that some have suggested that traditional P&C insurance will soon be renamed P&C&C insurance, in line with the product’s surge in interest. 

For brokers, however, the cyber landscape remains challenging – how do you sell a product that is constantly changing, and how do you help clients mitigate risks when the threat landscape can alter during every minute of the day?  

To answer all these questions and more, Insurance Business has put together a Cyber Power Panel that will meet quarterly to discuss all the latest issues and address the concerns of brokers operating in the cyber insurance market. 


  • Nadia N Hoyte
  • National Practice Advisor, Executive & Professional Risk Solutions
  • USI Insurance Services
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  • Tom Reagan
  • Cyber Practice Leader within the Financial and Professional Liability (FINPRO) Practice
  • Marsh Specialty
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Workers’ Compensation

There are few insurance markets more difficult to navigate than the workers’ compensation space, with such significant variation from state-to-state. Throw in the added complexities of a global pandemic, evolving regulatory changes and employers continuing to cope with staffing shortages and what had been a challenging sector suddenly became a complex minefield.  

With this in mind, it’s vital to have expert guidance that you can turn to, to help you navigate the latest challenges in the market and to provide detailed perspectives on how the space is evolving. 

That’s why Insurance Business has put together a Workers’ Compensation Power Panel that will meet every quarter to delve into the hot topics in the area, address broker concerns and offer crucial insights. With their tips you can put your insurance business on track for workers’ compensation success. 


  • Deborah Fox
  • Assistant Vice President - Workers Compensation
  • NFP Property & Casualty Services, Inc.
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  • Jeff Breskin
  • Vice President Workers Compensation Claims Specialist
  • EPIC Insurance Brokers & Consultants
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