Triple-I Insurance Economics and Data Analytics is the go-to-destination for data-driven insight into the relationship between economics and insurance performance. Led by our Chief Economist and Data Scientist, Dr. Michel Leonard, CBE, the practice aims to provide Triple-I members, industry stakeholders, and the general public a one-stop resource for property/casualty (P/C) data-driven insight including:
Each quarter, the Insurance Economics team releases its insurance economics Outlook and shares key expectations about macroeconomic trends impacting P/C industry performance. The Quarterly Outlook provides historical and year-to-date data as well as five-year forecasts of underlying growth and replacement costs drivers by key industry and major P/C insurance lines. The Outlook’s content is organized around dashboard graphics and quotable content translating the impact of major economic trends into actionable insight for insurance professionals and stakeholders.
For the latest members-only, Q4 2023 Insurance Economics Outlook.
The Triple-I Insurance Economics Dashboard provides interactive graphics visualizing key economics drivers of insurance performance as well as key insurance underwriting metrics. Members can customize each graphics interface to visualize those insurance lines of specific interest to them or their company. Members can use the tables and graphics in their own presentation or contact the Insurance Economics team for custom versions or the underlying data source files. The Dashboard also provides Triple-I’s insurance economics forecasts and is updated quarterly.
Triple-I’s flagship members-only product is the Insurance Economics Profiler. The Profiler takes Triple-I’s Outlook analysis one step further by translating the impact of economic drivers of insurance performance for an individual member’s unique geographic footprint by state and own insurance lines.
The Triple-I Chart of the Week provides weekly insight into the impact of economic releases on major P/C lines. Each chart focuses on a specific economic release from the Bureau of labor Statistics, Bureau of Economic Analysis, and the Federal Reserve and both translates and summarizes each release’s impact on the P/C insurance industry.
The Charts are available on Twitter: Follow us at @iii.org.
Triple-I members have access to additional products and services such as webinars, presentations, and content. The Insurance Economics team is also available to provide custom insight in response to members’ inquiries on issues ranging from insurance economics to data analytics.