Surplus Lines Training
Become A Surplus Lines Broker!
Surplus Lines Insurance, also called "Excess and Surplus Lines (E&S)" or "Non-Admitted", provides an alternative for unusual or higher risk insurance unavailable to purchasers from licensed insurers.
E&S originated when those who needed insurance coverage were unable to secure it from the standard carriers (or "Admitted Carriers") due to a variety of reasons (for instance, a new entity, or one that does not have an adequate loss history; one that has unique coverage requirements; or a loss record that does not fit the underwriting requirements of a standard carrier).
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Each state insurance department regulates surplus lines insurers operating in their state, and has specific requirements that a licensed surplus lines broker must follow in placing business in the surplus lines market. Surplus lines brokers must be licensed in their state of residency to transact surplus lines business.
To find training for surplus lines insurance license, select from either the "Recommended Courses" listed below, or click "Surplus Lines" and your state from the "Professioal Development" section of the search box below.
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