Excess of Loss (XOL) Insurance: Renewal Guide 2024

As the Excess of Loss (XOL) insurance market continues to evolve, self-insurers are facing unique challenges that demand proactive adaptation. With limited providers and changing requirements for self-insurers, ensuring continuity of coverage requires strategic action.

In this landscape, it is essential for workers’ compensation self-insurers to equip themselves with the insights and strategies necessary to achieve the best possible outcome for their XOL program.

Achieve the best possible renewal outcome

The Excess of Loss (XOL) Insurance Renewal Guide 2024 has been created specifically for self-insurers to assist in navigating the evolving and challenging landscape of XOL insurance renewals.

With a focus on understanding and navigating change, this guide aims to arm self-insurers with the insights and strategies needed to navigate the complexities of this year's renewal process and secure the best possible outcome for their organisation.

Key takeaways from the report:

  • Insights into the current market conditions affecting XOL renewals

  • Strategies and tips to secure optimal XOL renewal outcomes

  • Actionable takeaways to streamline and optimise the XOL renewal process

Stay ahead

Download the XOL Insurance Renewal Guide 2024 to gain invaluable insights and actionable strategies to unlock renewal success. Click the download button located on the right for desktop users and at the bottom for mobile users.

The contents of this publication are provided for general information only. Lockton arranges the insurance and is not the insurer. While the content contributors have taken reasonable care in compiling the information presented, we do not warrant that the information is correct. It is not intended to be interpreted as advice on which you should rely and may not necessarily be suitable for you. You must obtain professional or specialist advice before taking, or refraining from, any action on the basis of the content in this publication.

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Excess of Loss (XOL) Insurance - 2024 Renewal Guide