What type of business is it good for?

Small to midsize property and casualty insureds that are part of a specific industry or association

Michael Oliver
Senior Vice President
Insurance
Atlanta, GA
michael.oliver@axiscapital.commichael.oliver@axiscapital.com
Tel +1-678-746-9363Tel +1-678-746-9363

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AXIS Commercial Automobile Insurance (when part of a multiline program)

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AXIS General Liability Insurance

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AXIS Geographic Flexibility Insurance (single state, regional, nationwide)

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AXIS Inland Marine Insurance

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AXIS Miscellaneous or Unique Product Opportunities Insurance

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AXIS Monoline or Multiline Insurance Programs

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AXIS Professional Lines Insurance, as part of a package

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AXIS Property and Related Insurance Coverages

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AXIS Specialty Personal Lines Insurance Coverages

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AXIS Umbrella & Excess Insurance

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  • 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.
The PAs and MGAs that we work with have full program administrative capabilities, including underwriting, rating, policy issuance and reporting. We utilize TPAs for claims administration, with oversight and management by AXIS Claims. We can offer profit sharing, variable commission and support captives, whichever is the best solution that aligns both parties’ interests. We consider a diverse array of opportunities and prefer programs that have:
  • 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

Documents

AXIS Program Insurance Appetite Guide