Finding Opportunities in the Personal Flood Insurance Market
Many insurance companies hesitate to enter the personal flood market because it’s tough to accurately assess a property’s exposure to flood risk — and therefore hard to align individual underwriting decisions with an insurer’s overall strategy and objectives. A proven methodology can now provide a property-level view of comparative risk to reveal attractive new business opportunities in personal flood.
Join this complimentary webcast to understand the personal flood market’s potential and how to use new data and analytics (which go beyond traditional FEMA maps) to guide accurate risk assessment. After attending you will be able to answer the following questions:
- What’s the premium potential for the private flood market?
- Where are the risk concentrations?
- How can data challenges be overcome to underwrite private flood insurance profitably?
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|Marc Treacy | Managing Director – Flood Insurance | ISO
Mr. Treacy leads the development of personal and commercial lines flood insurance solutions for ISO. He has more than 20 years’ experience in underwriting and claims within commercial and personal lines. Prior to joining ISO, Marc was underwriting director at CNA. Before that, he worked for Liberty Mutual, Amerisure, and Allstate.
|Eric Price Glynn | Senior Principal and Head of ISO MarketStance | ISO
Mr. Price-Glynn oversees the development of tools that provide highly granular estimates of market opportunities in commercial and personal lines. He specializes in analyzing the consequences of macroeconomic and social trends for lines of business by location, size, and industry of account, and capitalizing on the breadth of available data for modeling commercial lines. Mr. Price-Glynn graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in distributed studies from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a master of arts degree in economics from UMass Amherst.