Product launches, new corvids, and updates to our tech are just a few things that have us singing after a busy second quarter.
Corvus Insurance: Second Quarter Highlights
As the Corvus team kicks off Summer 2019, we’re looking forward to more than just sunny weather and trips to the beach. Product launches, new corvids, and updates to our tech are just a few things that have us singing after a busy second quarter. Thank you so much to our broker partners that have worked with Corvus to make Q2 our biggest quarter yet!
Get To Know Corvids:
Crows are cooperative breeders. This means that they stay close to where they were born, often helping to raise and defend the area’s young chicks.
New Nests and A Growing Flock
Back in Q1, we announced the launch of our Dallas and L.A offices. The momentum in growing our Smart Cyber Insurance business continued in Q2 as Corvus founded new nests in Chicago and Atlanta, with Vice Presidents of Cyber Underwriting Amanda Stantzos and Joel Fehrman heading up those locations.
The Data Science team at Corvus has made great strides toward enhancing our Dynamic Loss Prevention reports. During the last few months, our proprietary database of breach incidents has identified several new cyber risk indicators that will be integrated into the reports this coming quarter.
Additionally, we announced some news that got Cargo brokers excited in Q2: We’ve taken flight (or rather, to the sea) with the shipment of hemp/CBD products and all aspects of the wine industry – wineries, distributors, and wholesalers. If you’re interested in learning more about what we are underwriting within these product categories, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Phil also shared his thoughts on how differentiated data is changing the entire underwriting process in the June issue of Carrier Management — click to read the full article
IUA Response Shows Need for Real Solutions
Head of Cyber Underwriting, Mike Karbassi, addressed news out of the International Underwriting Association and their policy toward affirming and excluding cyber risk from P/C policies in a recent blog post – click to read the post
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