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2014 Property & Casualty Insurance Industry Outlook

Innovation leading the way


On the surface the property and casualty sector appears to be doing quite well, but running an insurance carrier is rarely smooth sailing. The last few years have been particularly difficult for those occupying C-Suite positions, as more fundamental issues are threatening not only short-term results on their balance sheets, but challenging the long-term viability of their operating models as well.

For example, a growing number of insurers are facing significant organizational disruption. Many have made large-scale investments in technology, replacing core systems for claims, policy administration and finance. Their chief challenge now is how to effectively leverage the new systems they’ve put in place and maintain their momentum with additional innovations in personnel, products and culture.

Additionally, ongoing political gridlock in Washington could undermine an already unsteady economic recovery. Not to mention regulatory uncertainty that makes it difficult for carriers to plan ahead and determine operational priorities. 

Innovation may ultimately be the key to keep insurers growing regardless of shifting economic and insurance market conditions, as they devise ways to thwart ongoing and emerging competitive threats as well as capitalize on new opportunities.

Download the property and casualty insurance outlook to discover the macro- and microeconomic trends challenging insurers to shake up the status quo and develop new systems and processes throughout their internal organizations and external distribution chains so they may stay competitive in 2014 and beyond.

For a quick view into our predicted trends, download the infographic.

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