Kinsale sees delegated underwriting authority ‘explosion’ in E&S market
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Kinsale sees delegated underwriting authority ‘explosion’ in E&S market


The excess and surplus (E&S) market is stabilizing after several years of dislocation, Kinsale Capital Group executives said Friday, with an “explosion” of delegated underwriting authorities offsetting companies that are closing underperforming lines and canceled programs.

“The delegated underwriting market is red hot,” said Kinsale CEO Michael Kehoe during a call with analysts to discuss Q4 results.

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