Inland Marine

A Conversation with Bob Guevara, AAIS VP, Inland Marine

Apr 26, 2022 / by AAIS posted in openIDL, Insurance, Data & Technology, Inland Marine, Tech News, Commercial Lines, Data, Data/Tech, IMUA, AAIS Views

0 Comments

There is no understating Bob Guevara’s contributions to AAIS and the Inland Marine insurance community: He transformed thinking about inland marine risks, raising awareness with regulators and creating new rating paradigms and valuable tools and resources for AAIS Member insurers. As he looks forward to retiring after 29 years, and transitions to a consulting role, continuing to support AAIS, Bob spoke with AAIS Views.

 

Let’s start at the beginning. What first drew you to the insurance industry?

Bob Guevara: When I graduated from college in the 1970s the country was coming out of a recession. There was a lot of instability out there. I wanted to join an industry that would be very stable for the long haul, which led me to insurance. I’ve been in the business ever since – 15 years of inland marine underwriting and 29 at AAIS.

Read More

IMUA Chair & CEO Discuss Changes in the Inland Marine Market

Apr 19, 2022 / by AAIS posted in Insights, Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, Inland Marine, Insurance News/Current Events, COVID-19, AAIS News & Views, AAIS Insights, IMUA

0 Comments

In this edition of CEO Angles, the topic turns to the tremendous changes affecting the Inland Marine insurance market. From supply chain issues and driver shortages to government infrastructure spending, automation, even cryptocurrency, all are putting pressure on inland marine underwriters to respond.

Read More

Members Influence Inland Marine Upgrades

Nov 9, 2021 / by Bob Guevara posted in Issues & Trends, Inland Marine, New/Emerging Risks, P&C Insurers, AAIS News & Views, AAIS Insights, Insurance Line of Business, Builders Risk

0 Comments

AAIS continues to evolve its offerings in the Inland Marine (IM) space, where it has long been an industry leader. Our most recent product update includes a Defective Design and Construction Coverage endorsement to go with a Builders’ Risk policy. This enhancement is a result of input and engagement by Members who were looking for something similar to the LEG 3 (London Engineering Group) endorsement. Its intent is to narrow a policy’s automatic exclusion, providing broader coverage for materials, workmanship, and faulty design during construction, making it easier for insureds to be made whole. The Defective Design and Construction Coverage endorsement is available for large and mid-size construction projects when traditionally, it was available only for large projects.

Read More

IMUA, Allianz Leaders Talk Inland Marine Market

Jan 28, 2021 / by AAIS posted in Community, Issues & Trends, Inland Marine, Industry Associations, Working in Insurance, IMUA, Allianz, AAIS Views, Legacy Systems

0 Comments

AAIS has been a longtime supporter of the Inland Marine Underwriters Association (IMUA). The national association provides exemplary curriculum, training, and resources to strengthen underwriting in inland marine insurance. Every year, the IMUA holds an annual meeting to provide educational opportunities for professionals of all inland marine backgrounds.

Read More

Builders Risk and Insurtech

Jun 11, 2020 / by Sheila Morris posted in Technology, Issues & Trends, Inland Marine, 2020 VME, Vindati, Builders Risk, Digitization, AAIS Views

0 Comments

Insurtech continues to emerge and evolve, and it’s touching every aspect of the insurance ecosystem. As consumers use intuitive, user-friendly customer service technology in nearly every aspect of their daily lives, they expect the same level of innovation from their insurance carriers and providers. More than ever, insurance providers need insurtech solutions to help them do their jobs faster and with higher quality.

Read More

New Rules for Sanitary Transportation of Food

Sep 15, 2018 / by Rich Pelkofsky posted in Community, Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, Robotics/Drones, Inland Marine, Regulatory/Compliance, Farm & Ag, Auto, Food, AAIS Views, Agriculture, MCT Forms

0 Comments

There has seen an increase in governmental oversight of the manufacturing, handling and storage of food. The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) was passed to prevent practices that could potentially create food safety hazards. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), in turn, released rules for the safe transport of food. They are known as rules for "Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food", and they are affecting the inland marine market.

Read More
AAIS Learning-Pandemic Coverage in the Age of COVID-19
AAIS Pulse Chicago - AAIS Pulse is Back...and coming to Chicago!

Lists by Topic

see all

Posts by Tag

See all