The insurance market can change quickly, making it important to stay abreast of the latest industry trends and carrier appetites. Sentinel’s annual insurance forecast and mid-year updates detail the trends that are most likely to affect market rates across specific lines of coverage.
The forecast is a crucial planning tool that gives clients the intelligence they need to make critical business decisions.
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Change. Transformation. A touch of chaos. Sentinel’s 2020 Insurance Market Forecast reads like a good suspense thriller. And like all great books do, this one ends with the good guys (that’s you, commercial insurance consumer)… Read More
Sentinel’s 2019 Insurance Market Review and Forecast reveals an industry grappling with an increasingly complex array of risks, uncertainty over integration of new technologies, a continual reshuffling of metaphorical chairs amid mergers and acquisitions, and… Read More
At the mid-year mark, the property and casualty market remains competitive, rates are fairly stable, underwriting profits are up and loss ratios are down. All good news, right? Well, yes and no. Read more
Conventional wisdom would lead us to believe that the insurance industry’s “soft market” cycle is over, that rates are bound to rise, and that the market in 2018 will be more restrictive and less competitive.… Read More
At the midpoint of another soft market year for the insurance industry, rates are and will remain low across most major lines. Yet, a complicated truth is emerging. This highly competitive marketplace is in juxtaposition… Read More
In Sentinel’s just-released 2017 Insurance Market Review and Forecast, we take a look back on the year that defied expectation and convention, and look ahead to some surprising changes in store for the property and casualty… Read More
Sentinel released its mid-year forecast this week, detailing insurance trends that affect market rates across specific lines of coverage from July-December 2016. To read the full forecast, click here. An executive summary is below. Summary… Read More