NEW YORK, March 8, 2016—The latest edition of the Insurance Information Institute’s (I.I.I.) popular Insurance Fact Book is now available. Regarded as the most comprehensive and authoritative resource of its kind, the Insurance Fact Book is a go-to resource for journalists, businesses, policymakers, researchers, academia, students and anyone who needs to understand the insurance industry.
“The I.I.I. Insurance Fact Book provides invaluable information on trends and statistics shaping the insurance industry,” said Sean Kevelighan, chief executive officer of the I.I.I. “We are extremely proud of our 2017 edition, including a bonus feature – an excerpt from our Cyberrisk white paper,” he said. “Interest in cyber insurance and risk continues to expand, and so we have included topics such as the growth in cyber liability and the rising frequency and severity of cyberattacks.”
The Insurance Fact Book includes thousands of facts, figures, statistical tables and charts documenting the size and composition of the insurance industry, including information on the auto and home insurance markets; commercial insurance (workers compensation, liability insurance, mortgage guaranty and financial guaranty insurance); cost drivers (litigation, fraud and medical costs and other factors); and catastrophes (including hurricanes, earthquakes, terrorism and other disasters) and much more.
The Insurance Fact Book may be purchased via email at email@example.com or from the I.I.I.’s online store at www.iii.org/store. A 25% discount on the book is available (plus shipping and handling) for member companies, as well for bulk purchases by nonmembers. A PDF of the publication may also be downloaded online and is complimentary to members.
The following are also available in the I.I.I. Store: Insurance Handbook, a guide to the insurance industry for reporters, public policymakers, students, insurance company employees, regulators and others; International Insurance Fact Book, a resource that provides facts and statistics on the property/casualty and life/health insurance industries for some 90 countries; Insuring Your Business: Small Business Owners’ Guide to Insurance, which helps business owners decide what kinds of insurance they need for their particular enterprise; and A Firm Foundation: How Insurance Supports the Economy, a website that shows the myriad ways in which insurance provides economic support, from offering employment and fueling the capital markets, to providing financial security and income to individuals and local businesses through the payment of claims.
THE I.I.I. IS A NONPROFIT, COMMUNICATIONS ORGANIZATION SUPPORTED BY THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY.
Insurance Information Institute, 110 William Street, New York, NY 10038; (212) 346-5500; www.iii.org