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Social Inflation Recording

Social Inflation Powerpoint

(Presentation posted with permission of Assured Research)



Kevin Williams, Senior Vice President, Genesis
William Wilt, President, Assured Research
Alan Zimmermann, Managing Director, Assured Research


Social inflation is everywhere!  That describes how many insurance
professionals feel as claim severity and the frequency of "nuclear"
jury verdicts rises.  How is social inflation defined? Can it be
measured?  What are its sources?  These are among the many
questions Assured Research has been addressing through its
research on social inflation for going on three years.  In this
webinar they bring all their research on the topic together into
one cohesive presentation.




William Wilt is the president of Assured Research, a boutique research firm producing subscription content focused on business development, financial, legal, claim and other topics relevant to (re)insurance professionals.  Clients of Assured Research include global and U.S. focused (re)insurers, brokers, and consulting firms writing or controlling some $150 billion in premiums.  Assured Research also provides analytical content for the insurance investment community.

Bill’s 30-year career in insurance encompasses a range of professional roles.  Bill began his career as an actuary at a major reinsurance company and continued in the actuarial profession at a Big Four accounting firm.  Bill spent five years as a senior analyst at Moody’s Investors Service, followed by seven years at Morgan Stanley, where he was the lead equity analyst following over 20 (re)insurance stocks.  Prior to forming Assured Research, Bill worked in corporate development at two insurance companies where he oversaw M&A, risk management and business development, as well as rating agency relations.

Bill is a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries, and a Chartered Financial Analyst with degrees from Franklin and Marshall College and New York University’s Stern School of Business.



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