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.
Jeff Dunsavage is Senior Research Analyst at the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.). In this role, he investigates and writes on a wide range of issues and topics relevant to risk and insurance.
A business writer and editor with experience spanning industries from insurance and banking to metals and telecom, Jeff has worked for Standard & Poor’s, A.M. Best, MetLife, and Verisk Analytics. He has worked in diverse capacities, including editorial and publications management; media relations and marketing; and communication around operational metrics and process improvement.
The Triple-I blog also has a roster of guest bloggers from among I.I.I.’s staff and outside subject experts.