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ABA 2011 Bank Insurance Survey

Where does your bank's coverage stand in terms of insurance carried by your asset-class peers and the industry as a whole? Are you behind, ahead, or in the middle of the pack when it comes to the Financial Institution Bond and FIB riders?

The 2011 ABA Bank Insurance Survey Report contains more than 80 tables that will provide you with a comprehensive overview of banks' corporate insurance coverage.  The data is summarized by different asset size groups ranging from banks with less than $100 million to those with more than $50 billion in assets. Click here to see the survey methodology.

Among the survey's findings:

  • In addition to the FIB, survey respondents purchased insurance policies as part of their risk mitigation strategies. Policies carried by more than 9 in 10 surveyed banks include: General Liability, Umbrella and Excess Liability, Other Real Estate Owned, Employment Practices Liability, Worker's Compensation, and Building and Contents.
  • The policies with the largest proportion of survey respondents reporting premium increase in 2010 were Bankers' Professional Liability, D&O and Workers' Compensation.
  • For D&O, the aggregate policy limit for corporate reimbursement ranged from $2 million at Group 1 banks to $30 million at Group 8 banks.

The 2011 ABA Bank Insurance Survey Report should be a required reading for CEOs, CROs, CFOs and any bank executives involved in decision-making about insurance coverage and institution budgeting.

Release Date
September 2011

View Table of Contents
View List of Data Tables
Survey Methodology
View List of Policies
View Example of Data Table

Catalog #3007377

Hardcopy, spiral-bound in black and white, 88 pages (c) 2011
$400 List Price
$150 ABA Member


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