Kinsale’s Kehoe: “Explosion” of DUAEs offsetting E&S dislocation

Kinsale Capital Group

Investors sent Kinsale Capital’s share price up 7 percent on Friday following the carrier’s Q4 earnings beat, with management expressing optimism for 2022 and commenting that dislocation in the excess and surplus lines (E&S) market is being offset by the “red hot” delegated underwriting market.

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