Försäkringsinformationsinstitutet (Triple-I), a branch of the institutes, has released its 2021 insurance fact book an important resource for anyone who needs updated information about
This year Försäkringsfaktaboken has new content to address many of last year's events, in areas such as: the insurer's response to the pandemic; civilian disturbances and homeowners high-risk markets.
Highlighted in the section "Emerging and Developing Insurance Issues" are five unique insurance risks that have been affected by the COVID-1
"2020 provided a good illustration not only of how the disruption continuum develops, but also how the insurance industry can adapt and lead," says Sean Kevelighan, CEO, Triple-I. “While the year started quite normally, we very quickly encountered a global pandemic that is still raging; a hurricane season for the Atlantic 2020 for the record books; and western fires that burned through homes and businesses. All the while, claims for covered disasters were paid in new and innovative ways, and many customers experienced discounts and refunds from car insurance companies, given the lack of driving during financial lockdown. ”
2021 The Insurance Fact Book is a digital publication that can be purchased from the Triple-I online store. It is available free of charge to Triple-I members. The Insurance Fact Book, which has been issued annually since Triple-I started in 1960, helps to inform decision – makers and business leaders and is an important resource for journalists, researchers and academics, among others.
The fact book contains thousands of facts, figures, statistical tables and diagrams that mainly document the real estate / non-life insurance industry in the USA and around the world. The publication contains details about car, homeowners and business insurance markets, with information on direct premiums written and factors that affect the cost of these coverages. In addition, there is extensive information on the life / life insurance and reinsurance industry.