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2023 US Insurance Awards winners revealed

2023 US Insurance Awards winners revealed

Business Insurance on Wednesday announced the winners of the 2023 U.S. Insurance Awards during a live awards presentation in New York.

Highlighting the event was the presentation of the Lifetime Achievement Award to Alan Jay Kaufman, chairman, president and CEO of H.W. Kaufman Group.

In addition, teams of professionals from across the industry were honored for specific projects they collaborated on in the field of commercial insurance.

Finalists in 10 categories were selected by Business Insurance staff from 170 nominations.

The winners were selected by a panel of risk managers who independently assessed each of the finalists.

The 2023 USIA winners are:

Broker Team of the Year
Willis Towers Watson PLC

Community Outreach Project of the Year (Donations)
Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc.

Community Outreach Project of the Year (Pro Bono and Volunteer)
Axis Capital Holdings Ltd.

Diversity & Inclusion Initiative of the Year
Alliant Insurance Services Inc.

Insurance Consulting Team of the Year

Insurance Underwriting Team of the Year
Zurich North America

Legal Team of the Year
Covington & Burling LLP

Risk Management Team of the Year
Carhartt Inc./CorVel Corp.

TPA Team of the Year
Gallagher Bassett Services Inc.

Wholesale Brokerage Team of the Year
RT Specialty

The awards program, which began in 2017, also raises funds to support the Business Insurance Scholarship. This endowment, administered by the Spencer Educational Foundation, aims to open new opportunities to provide scholarships to risk management and insurance students, as well as grants to support risk management and insurance programs, and to develop programming at universities without risk management degree programs, including HBCUs.

Profiles of the winners will appear in the September edition of Business Insurance.