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The Institutes Acquire Insurance Thought Leadership Assets

Online thought leadership platform and e-newsletter will expand The Institutes’ role as knowledge leaders in risk management and insurance.

MALVERN, Pa., January 28, 2020—The Institutes, the leading risk management and insurance knowledge provider, today announced it has acquired the Insurance Thought Leadership (ITL) brand and online publishing assets, including and the weekly Six Things e-newsletter, from Insurance Thought Leadership, Inc.

“These unique platforms support our goal of advancing knowledge and connections with those interested in risk management and insurance,” said Peter Miller, CPCU, president and CEO of The Institutes. “The ITL assets accelerate our global knowledge leadership role in risk management and insurance, especially in the rapidly growing insurtech space.” and Six Things enable growth through innovation by helping subscribers understand drivers transforming the insurance industry. They also create connections that lead to innovation and strategic advantage.

ITL regularly publishes thought leadership on insurance innovation and emerging technology, curating the best ideas from the brightest minds on both its website and via its widely read weekly email newsletter. Paul Carroll will continue to serve as editor-in-chief of ITL and Six Things.

“ has been a leader in identifying new opportunities and changing behavior in insurance and will be in good hands with The Institutes,” said Wayne Allen, CEO of Insurance Thought Leadership, Inc. “Following the sale, we will focus on providing insurance innovation consulting and research services through IE Advisory and Innovator’s Edge.”