Senior Underwriter, Professional Liability, Everest Specialty Underwriters, Everest Insurance®
Brittany is a Senior Underwriter in the Professional Liability group within Everest Specialty Underwriters (ESU). Brittany joined Everest in April 2019 to help launch the Lawyers Professional Liability policy, which is designed to provide law firms with liability coverage for financial loss suffered by third parties arising from acts, errors, and omissions in providing legal services. At Everest, Brittany’s responsibilities include growing the lawyers professional liability business, developing and strengthening relationships with brokers, using her specialized industry knowledge to effectively address client needs and working with colleagues throughout the lawyers professional liability space to enhance the services they provide. Brittany maintains significant relationships with brokers across the country and has a solution driven underwriting approach, which has been vital to growing the book nationally.
Vice President, Financial Institutions, Everest Specialty Underwriters, Everest Insurance®
John is a Vice President in the Financial Institutions group within Everest Specialty Underwriters (ESU). In this role, John assesses investment advisors, mutual funds, hedge funds, and related financial institutions for Directors & Officers (D&O) and Errors & Omissions (E&O) insurance. John manages a team of Financial Institutions underwriters whose responsibilities include analyzing and pricing risk, and strengthening and developing new broker relationships. John helps design and launch new insurance products, including the Everest Elevation® Investment Management Insurance Policy (“Elevation IMI”) that launched in March 2018, and he leads ESU’s evaluation of the opportunity to insure blockchain, Insurtech, Fintech and related emerging technologies.
The professional liability industry has adapted and continues to adapt as the coronavirus pandemic continues. In the following video, Brittany Lannan answers John Humphrey’s questions about how the client, broker, and underwriter relationships have been affected as the entire industry goes online. They discuss changes and benefits in how underwriters communicate with brokers and clients, and different things that underwriters can do to foster these relationships.
Thank you to Katie Campbell and Erin Stephens at PLUS for making this possible. We had a lot of fun producing our first video blog and we look forward to Part II.