Claire Wilkinson is the editor of the Insurance Information Institute's Term + Conditions blog. Follow her on Twitter.
Ms. Wilkinson has also co-authored several papers for the I.I.I. on topics such as the handling of catastrophic risks, terrorism and social media liability and insurance.
Most recently, Ms. Wilkinson co-wrote a chapter on alternative risk transfer for the book International Insurance Markets: Global Dynamics and Local Contingencies that will be published by The Wharton School. She has also authored and co-authored articles that have appeared in numerous publications, including the John Liner Review, National Underwriter and Catastrophe Risk Management magazine.
Ms. Wilkinson joined the I.I.I. in 2003, after more than 10 years as a journalist reporting on international insurance issues and trends.
Ms. Wilkinson previously served as U.S. bureau chief for the U.K.-based trade newspaper Insurance Day. Prior to her assignment to New York, she was deputy editor of Insurance Day in London. She also worked as a reporter for the Financial Times newsletter and contributed articles to insurance industry surveys published in the Financial Times newspaper.
Ms. Wilkinson received her Master of Arts degree in Anglo-American Literary Relations from University College, London. She also has a Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism from the University of Wales at Cardiff and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English and American Literature from the University of Warwick. She is currently studying for the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designation.