About the Blog
The Triple – I blog aims to provide timely information and discussion on contemporary insurance topics.
About the Authors
Jim Lynch, FCAS MAAA, is chief actuary and vice president of research and education at the Insurance Information Institute. He joined the I.I.I. in 2014. Previously he provided consulting services to I.I.I., co-authoring white papers and developing original research. He has written and spoken on a wide variety of insurance issues.
Jim has more than 20 years of experience in property/casualty insurance, including executive positions at QBE the Americas and White Mountains Reinsurance of America. Before working in insurance, Jim was a journalist, spending seven years at The Miami Herald. He is a fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries and has been involved in numerous committees at both organizations as well as the Reinsurance Association of America.
Lucian McMahon, CPCU, ARM-E, AU-M, is a Senior Research Specialist at the Insurance Information Institute. He previously worked for ISO as a product development specialist, with a particular focus on issues related to marijuana and insurance. He has also written and spoken on a variety of other emerging issues facing the property/casualty insurance industry.
Maria Sassian is Research Manager at the Insurance Information Institute.
Claire Wilkinson was a consultant to the I.I.I. and the author of various I.I.I. white papers. Claire led the original award-winning I.I.I blog Terms & Conditions for a decade. Formerly vice president for Global Issues at the I.I.I., Claire has researched and analyzed a wide range of international and domestic property/casualty issues, co-authoring papers on topics such as cyber security, terrorism and obesity liability. She has also acted as an industry spokesperson to the media.
Claire has been in and around the insurance business for over 20 years (longer than she would like to admit). She joined the I.I.I. in 2003, after more than 10 years as a journalist reporting on international insurance issues and trends.
The Triple-I blog also has a roster of guest bloggers from among I.I.I.’s staff and outside subject experts.