Cyber insurance may have matured sufficiently in the US market to support a start-up monoline carrier run at $1 billion in gross written premium from a Lloyd’s-backed specialist that may start with some niche targeting, but ultimately aims at a full swathe of US business.
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Insurance, Cyber Insurance, Trium, Pelican Ventures, Jim Stanard, Lloyd’s, Josh Ladeau, Start-up, US