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The Future of Inland Marine: Younger, More Technical, Highly Automated

Leaders in the inland marine insurance sector expect that a new wave of younger workers, advancing technology and a greater reliance on automation and artificial intelligence will remake the industry.

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  • The Future of Inland Marine: Younger, More Technical, Highly Automated

  • Chubb's Jervis: Good Underwriting Means Working Beyond Data Gaps

  • Gen Re's Caliento: Wood-Frame Buildings Raise Profile for Fire Risk

  • New Providers Emerging to Insure Drones

  • Markel's Cameron: Energy Risk Market Adapts to Shifting Conditions

  • LSU's Keim: Surge-Prone Coastal Areas Found in Surprising Places

  • LSU's Black: Warmer Seas Mean More Snow, Stronger Storms

  • Brit's Stepanishen: Wood-Frame Construction Losses Open Up Inland Marine Market

  • The Hartford's Primerano: AI Will Assist Inland Marine Underwriting

  • The Institutes' Flitner: Professional Development Boosts Customer Satisfaction

  • Inland Marine Insurers Leverage Learning to Reduce Risks

  • XL Catlin's Perrotti: Advances in Wood Construction Enable Larger Losses

  • JLT's Pierce: Data Supports, But Doesn't Replace, Relationships

  • Gen Re's Slade: Canadian Market Similar to Europe

  • Seneca's Frankovich: Don't Discount the Underwriter's Instinct

  • Commercial Real Estate Shifts Put Focus on Vacant Buildings

  • IMUA's Colson: Focus Is on Next Generation of Inland Marine Insurers

  • Attorney Grasso: Litigants May Have Overplayed Claims of Bad Faith

  • BHSI's Silverman: Inland Marine Lines Compete for Brokers' Attention

  • AIG's Sipple: The Great Train Race Is Heading off Cyber Hacking

  • Tall Story: IMUA Event to Include Focus on High-Rise Wood Construction