Crime Coverage Webinar Replay Available

Thank you to all who joined our “Crime Coverage 101” webinar last week, hosted by OneBeacon Management Liability’s Nelson Kefauver and Brian Lester. We hope you enjoyed the event.

If you were unable to join the live webinar, or would like to review the information again, please enjoy this replay.

For more information on crime coverage and other management liability products and services, visit

Summer Intern Spotlight: Bennett & Liam

Please join us in welcoming Bennett Sell! Bennett is an actuarial intern out of the Plymouth office, and is from Stillwater, Minnesota. He attends the University of Minnesota Duluth and studies actuarial sciences. When asked “Why OneBeacon?” he said he’s drawn to the company because of the smaller work environment, welcoming colleagues and the unique insurance products. He’s looking forward to furthering his actuarial skills and building strong relationships. If he could go anywhere in the world, he’d travel to New Zealand for its surfing and wildlife. One of Bennett’s special talents is being blessed with the perfect pitch, meaning he can tell you which music note/chord is playing just by listening.

Please also welcome Liam Jackson! Liam is an IT intern out of our Salem office. He is from Roanoke, Virginia and attends Liberty College. He was attracted to OneBeacon for its image and the opportunity to be a part of a team. He’s hoping to gain both experience in the computer science field, and a greater understanding of what a positive office culture looks like (now virtual of course!). If he could go anywhere in the world, it would be Poland because of the abundance of culture and history. If Liam had to be shipwrecked with two items, it would be a soccer ball for activity, and a book (most likely the full Lord of the Rings set).

Best of luck to Bennett and Liam this summer!

New Whitepaper Available: Autonomous Vehicles

We are pleased to share our latest Technology whitepaper titled, “Autonomous Vehicles: Why Drive When the Vehicle Drives You.”

The whitepaper, authored by OneBeacon’s Tushar Nandwana, provides an overview of the history of Autonomous Vehicle development, pros and cons of the technology as well as considerations for the future of the market.  

More whitepapers can be found at

Summer Intern Spotlight: Welcome Katie & Jacob!

We’re excited to have our interns join us remotely this summer. To get to know them better, we’re kicking off our second annual summer spotlight series introducing each of them with some fun facts, and what they’re looking forward to most this summer!

Please join us in welcoming Katie Long! Katie is an underwriting intern out of the Chicago office, who will be working with the Management Liability team. Katie is from Glen Ellyn, Illinois and attends Illinois Wesleyan University. Katie is eager to get hands-on experience that she can apply to both her education and post college career. She’s interested in pursuing a career in the insurance industry, and hopes to learn as much as she can this summer about underwriting, as well as make connections at OneBeacon. Outside of coursework, Katie’s hobbies are singing and playing the piano. She’s still very involved in music on campus and at home. If she could travel anywhere in the world, she would want to go to Spain. When asked what television show she last watched, she said Big Little Lies on HBO, and would highly recommend for anyone who has not seen it.

Please also welcome back Jacob Pawlowski! Jacob is an actuarial intern out of the Plymouth office, and it will be his second summer joining us. He will be a senior at Minnesota State University Moorhead, studying Actuarial Science and Criminal Justice. He’s eager to return to OneBeacon because of our company’s size, the people and the expertise we have in various industries. He’s also looking forward to learning more about the Government Risks business, and looks forward to continuing to build relationships with employees. Jacob’s hobbies include backpacking, camping and snowmobiling, as well as playing the bass, guitar, tuba and trombone.

Welcome Katie and Jacob!


Start the conversation

Our hearts are broken over last week’s events, which took place not far from our U.S. corporate offices. The frustration and anger that George Floyd’s death has sparked is sadly all too familiar. We encourage everyone to dig deep and use the passion of this moment to consider how we can help address racism. Our corporate values include behaving with integrity, fairness and kindness, and respecting the diversity of our community. We stand united with the black community and committed to living our values and helping make a difference where we live and work. Let’s start the conversations, consider and accelerate change, and not disappoint the memory of George Floyd.