Energy D&O Review (Fall 2012 Edition)

See the Fall 2012 issue of Energy D&O Review authored, in part, by EWI Specialty Casualty broker, Scott Uhl. Scott explains the increasing need, with the rising of D&O insurance rates, for an Upstream Oil & Gas Company to have a financially literate broker looking out for its D&O insurance needs. Read more by clicking this link Energy D&O Review

Tall Pines Insurance Company – Highly Commended by Captive Review

EWI’s affiliate, Tall Pines Insurance Company, a more than 25 year old captive insurance company domiciled in Vermont was recently Highly Commended at the US Captive Service Awards 2012 for “Innovation in Captive Management.” The EWI team was the architect behind the unique transaction being lauded as innovative. Contact EWI to see if we can help you make better use of your captive.TPIC USCaptive Services Awards 2012 – Highly Commended

EWI’s Glenn Peterson authors insightful article on the use of temp labor firm for Rough Notes

Does your company use temporary labor firms? Have you considered the possible exposures to your company in using temporary labor firms? EWI’s Glenn Peterson offers some insightful considerations on possible exposures and possible fixes! Click the following link: Rough Notes – Considerations with Temporary Labor Firm Contracts

Congratulations to Steve McElhiney on his successful tenue as CPCU Society President

Steve McElhiney, President of EWI and now the Immediate-Past President of the CPCU Society, wrapped up his tenure as the Society’s President on September 10, 2012 at the CPCU’s Annual Meeting and Seminar in Washington D.C. The Annual Meeting was a well-attended event with a fantastic keynote speaker and courses with great content. A great ending to a great term as President! EWI offers its congrats and thanks to Steve for his leadership. Photos from the event coming soon, check back . . .