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Perfect Storm: Why Profits Are Sinking in Commercial Marinehttps://www.iamagazine.com/markets/perfect-storm-why-profits-are-sinking-in-commercial-marinePerfect Storm: Why Profits Are Sinking in Commercial MarineDue to a recent string of high-profile losses, an overabundance of capital and a lack of underwriting discipline, as well as the increasing frequency and severity of natural catastrophes, commercial marine is currently an unforgiving place to do business.5/20/2019 6:51:29 PMMarineMarineMarketsJacquelyn Connelly
Why the Client Experience Is Key in Personal Marine Saleshttps://www.iamagazine.com/markets/why-the-client-experience-is-key-in-personal-marine-salesWhy the Client Experience Is Key in Personal Marine SalesIf an agent wants to put their personal marine book in the windward direction, they need to know their starboard from their port to earn a client's trust.5/18/2020 5:02:01 PMMarineMarine Personal LinesMarketsWill Jones
From the Front Lines: Personal Marinehttps://www.iamagazine.com/markets/from-the-front-lines-personal-marine-0From the Front Lines: Personal MarinePricier technology on boats, fewer younger buyers and stagnant rates lead independent agent and marine insurance specialist Brain DeSousa to believe that "the marine insurance marketplace is probably less profitable today than ever."5/20/2019 6:46:18 PMMarineMarineMarketsWill Jones
3 Emerging Risks in Commercial Marine Insurancehttps://www.iamagazine.com/markets/3-emerging-risks-in-commercial-marine-insurance3 Emerging Risks in Commercial Marine InsuranceMarine is the oldest form of insurance in the world—but that doesn't mean it's immune to change. Here are three emerging risks you need to know about to better serve your commercial marine clients in 2017.1/9/2017 9:24:26 PMMarineMarineMarketsJacquelyn Connelly
Storm in the Port: COVID-19 Forced the Marine Cargo Market to Change Coursehttps://www.iamagazine.com/markets/storm-in-the-port-covid-19-forced-the-marine-cargo-market-to-change-courseStorm in the Port: COVID-19 Forced the Marine Cargo Market to Change CourseThe coronavirus pandemic presented the marine cargo insurance industry with significant challenges. When the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccinations commences, the market will be in the spotlight. 11/23/2020 11:10:00 AMMarineMarineMarketsAnneMarie McPherson
A Fine Line: When Commercial Auto Isn’t Enoughhttps://www.iamagazine.com/markets/a-fine-line-when-commercial-auto-isn-t-enoughA Fine Line: When Commercial Auto Isn’t EnoughThere's a fine line between inland marine and commercial auto. Here are three steps for making sure your client understands all their insurance needs in these areas.4/30/2018 7:20:52 PMAutoMarine AutoMarketsWalt Capell