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Placing more than $2.2 billion of real estate-related premium annually has made AmWINS one of the largest wholesale real estate insurance brokers in the U.S. We’ve accomplished this by forming strategic partnerships with leading wholesaler insurers who specialize in placing coverage that’s not always available in the standard lines market, helping our retail agents and brokers better serve the needs of their residential and commercial real estate clients.
These include property owners, managers and developers, real estate investment trusts (REITs), financial institutions, private equity firms, asset managers/fund managers, condominium and homeowners associations, contractors and builders. We offer key coverages and products related to real estate risks that include property, crime, and management and professional liability.
As a company, we have built specialized solutions for unique problems, and our real estate practice uses the expertise of our London-based colleagues at THB Group to market on behalf of our U.S. retail clients. This gives our retail partners the assurance that we are using the full resources within the AmWINS organization to solve their clients’ problems.
The current Property market is not what most would consider a “traditional hard market,” where demand exceeds supply. Despite a strong capital position, most of the property market continues to harden at an increasing rate. In addition to the usual drivers, several new or heightened factors are affecting the market. Our Q3 State of the Property Market report examines these issues as well as impacts across several industry segments.
As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, our industry is facing a broad array of challenges that impact insureds of every size and in every industry. In the first of a series of webinars, we hear from an economist on the financial impacts of COVID-19 and what we can expect in the future. This webinar is intended to complement your conversations with clients about how to plan for the next 12 to 24 months.
The Casualty market’s response to COVID-19 is continuously evolving. With a wide array of factors already impacting this sector pre-crisis, segments of the Casualty marketplace are responding to the pandemic differently. In this article, our industry specialists share overall themes in the Casualty market and take a closer look at how various segments are being impacted.
As the market for habitational casualty insurance continues to harden, both primary and excess carriers are being more selective, raising prices and attachment points, and are increasingly unwilling to consider risks with claim-frequency issues. Given these conditions, insureds can potentially reduce their claims expenses by moving from a deductible to a self-insured retention (SIR) program. This article explains how an SIR works, the types of insureds that can benefit from taking control of their claims management, and the benefit of partnering with a TPA to handle the administrative component.
The explosive growth of the sharing economy – businesses offering goods and services through digital platforms that match consumers and providers – presents tremendous opportunity for retailers to market insurance and risk management services to a new breed of businesses. However, the regulation of shared-services is complex, continuously growing and can vary at the state and local level. This article provides insight into the regulations and laws impacting insurance for this industry and key questions to ask when considering the right insurance program for your sharing economy customers.
When a company suffers a loss to a fixed physical asset, such as when a fire damages a building, the insured may incur an interruption to their business which can result in the loss of income and the incurrence of expenses. This article examines how Business Income and Rental Value Income losses in a Property policy may treat depreciation after the damage or destruction of a fixed physical asset, numerous factors that impact the treatment, and how to mitigate claim disputes.
Multi-family real estate insurance has become a difficult class to place - many markets have either exited the space or tightened their guidelines. Here are three ways that you can help present risks in the best possible light for underwriters.