Insurance Information Institute and The Institutes Finalize Affiliation
MALVERN, Pa, November 12, 2020 -- The Institutes, the leading provider of risk management and insurance education and research, today announced plans to finalize its affiliation with the Insurance Information Institute (Triple-I) on November 16, 2020. Triple-I is a long-standing, trusted source of unique, data-driven research and insights on insurance. Both organizations are not-for-profit entities committed to benefiting society at large.
“Together, the Triple-I and The Institutes will be better equipped and empowered to serve both the information and education needs of those interested in risk management and insurance," said Peter L. Miller, CPCU, president and chief executive officer of The Institutes. “We see this as a great opportunity to provide a more synergized information platform for insurance knowledge and to bring further efficiencies to our organizations.”
"This affiliation is the culmination of several years of strategic dialogue at the Triple-I and with The Institutes," said Sean Kevelighan, chief executive officer of the Triple-I. “It will further unify our collective efforts, grant both the Triple-I and The Institutes greater access to a deeper bench of resources and expertise, and improve value for the Triple-I’s member companies across the country.”
For the Triple-I, this affiliation finalizes its pursuit of a modern, transparent, and team-oriented structure that reflects the diversity and breadth of its more than 60 insurance company members—which include regional, super-regional, national, and global carriers. The Triple-I is the largest online source of insurance information dedicated to empowering consumers with objective, fact-based research they can use to make educated decisions, manage risk, and understand the value of insurance.
The Institutes, in turn, will gain additional insights and resources based on data-driven primary research. It will leverage these to support its wide range of offerings in professional education, research, publications, events, and career development.
Triple-I will retain its offices in New York City and Arlington, Virginia, and also maintain staff throughout the country, and its employees will now become employees of The Institutes.