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Home Improvement: Profitability in the Personal Property Insurance Market

Start Date:12/11/2019

Start Time:1:00 PM CST

Duration:45 minutes


After the housing market collapse in 2009, the U.S. housing inventory saw a definite change; at the same time, consumer needs and preferences changed as well. What effect do these shifts have on insurers as they attempt to understand the various components to setting homeowners’ premiums and their impact on homeowners insurance performance, while striving to provide customers with a great experience?

This webinar will explore the following:

  • How the housing market has changed and the concept of “structural renters”
  • Housing market shifts and their effects on profitability
  • How consumer's behavior will continue to impact insurers
  • Solutions property insurers can take advantage of to improve risk assessment

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Michelle Jackson

Manager, TransUnion Insurance, Transunion

Michelle Jackson develops and executes TransUnion’s product strategy for the personal lines property market. She joined TransUnion’s insurance product development group in 2012 and led the development and management of the company’s property solution suite, including Property Risk Verification Platform. Prior to TransUnion, Jackson worked in various product management and pricing roles at Travelers Insurance and Nationwide Insurance, having responsibilities for standard auto and homeowners product lines. She holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and economics from Fairfield University.

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