2020 is an unusual election year, with many high-level outcomes still undetermined weeks after the polls closed. Despite this uncertainty, insurance industry stakeholders need to look ahead to the future. Thought leaders from Faegre Drinker’s insurance team participated in a post-election roundtable — and have helpful insights to share as we head into 2021.
At this point in the election cycle, we would be traditionally talking about the elections in the past tense. But among the many unique and interesting aspects of the 2020 elections is that the outcomes are still coming in, and in meaningful ways. President-elect Biden is proceeding to plan for the transition and has started to name key officials, although President Trump continues to mount challenges unlikely to impact the outcome but with the potential to affect the transition. Meanwhile, Georgia’s two Senate runoffs in January will determine control of that chamber.
Nevertheless, the insurance industry, like all stakeholders, needs to plan and look forward. Our team has been doing so, and received some industry resources in the form of insights from a recent post-election roundtable, co-sponsored by the Networks Financial Institute at Indiana State University’s Scott College of Business. Here are some of the key takeaways from our forum, which brought together a diverse set of perspectives from across the insurance industry:
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