What type of business is it good for?
Small to midsize property and casualty insureds that are part of a specific industry or association
- All property and casualty lines except worker compensation
- Industry group programs – Typically homogeneous business within a specific niche or industry group managed, processed and distributed by a specialized program administrator.
- Affinity groups – Property and casualty products delivered as part of industry association. May be sponsored in part or whole by the association as a benefit of membership.
- Binding authorities – Specialized property and casualty products (e.g., specialized commercial or personal lines, etc.) delivered through a PA or MGA platform on a regional or nationwide basis.
- Sufficient in-force gross written premium to support development costs and ongoing expenses
- At least three years of verifiable premium and loss history
- A focus on a niche market or specialty product line
- Business that can be written and priced using a well-defined underwriting template
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