Insurers Thankful for Reauthorization of TRIA

President Barack Obama signed in a six year renewal of Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) last Tuesday, and workers’ comp insurers sighed in relief after thirteen days of uncertainty following the expiration of the previous bill at the end of 2014. Mark Walls, Vice President Communications & Strategic Analysis, weighs…

Terrorism Risk Insurance Bill Passes House

The federal backstop for anti-terrorism insurance passes the House, but it could get crowded out by other priorities in the Senate. Mark Walls, Vice President Communications & Strategic Analysis, provides his predictions on the bill’s fate to CFO Magazine. View the full article here.

Workers’ Comp Issues to Watch in 2015

Tis the season for reflections on the past and predictions for the future. As we kick off 2015, Mark Walls, Vice President of Communications & Strategic Analysis, writes about his thoughts on the workers’ compensation issues to watch this year on Insurance Thought Leadership. View the full article here.

Workers’ Comp Insurers Unfazed by TRIA Failure For Now But Expect Quick Fix

Insurance Journal interviewed several insurance executives on their outlook while the industry expects the new Congress that convenes this week to act quickly to reauthorize the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA). Mark Walls, Vice President of Communications & Strategic Analysis, explains why there appears to be little reaction in the…