IASA — the voice of the insurance industry — delivers the content you need when you need it. Across a mix of platforms — from blogs to articles to research papers to webinars, presentations, to events, we’re creating content you need today and to build for tomorrow. 

Our content library is new and fresh, and we’re adding content daily. Covering a myriad of topics across the insurance community, including:

  • Accounting
  • Automation
  • DE&I
  • ERM
  • ESG
  • Finance
  • HR
  • Investments
  • Payments
  • Regulation
  • Tech
  • Workplace

and so much more. Our content — and association — encompasses the entire insurance continuum and all service lines. Most content is available to the general public. However, longer-form content, research studies, webinars, and event content are available for a fee (some may be free for members).

Be sure to visit our other great content sources, including IASA’s eLearning Center, IASA’s Additional Coverage Podcast, and our News section.

Can’t Find the Content You Need?

Submit topic and research project ideas to Marketing Communications. Want to contribute to our content channels? Visit our Call for Content page, and propose topics for our consideration or submit your prepared content for our consideration. All authors or contributors will be credited for their original content. We do accept content that has been published elsewhere, as long as you are the original author and have permission to publish the content elsewhere.

Rules of Engagement

IASA does not pay authors for publishing or placement on IASA-owned or rented channels except in rare circumstances to be agreed upon by IASA management on a case-by-case basis. IASA reserves the right to abbreviate, modify, or edit the content to fit space requirements, meet specific content needs, and/or for grammatical purposes. IASA does not provide drafts to authors for review before publishing. The author retains the copyright on all original work written by the author, including copy, graphics, and photographs. By submitting content, you verify you are the author — or one of the authors or creators — of the content submitted and that you have full permission to distribute the content from other co-authors. You also verify you have permission to distribute and publish any accompanying photographs, graphics, videos, and/or quotes from subject matter experts included in your content. By submitting content, authors and content contributors agree to have your work published on either/all IASA platforms, at IASA’s discretion, including: blog, website, email marketing, video websites, IASA Industry Insights, social media, and more. For additional questions regarding our content development, publication, and distribution practices, please email us.