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Insurtech providers are facilitating a more efficient insurance market for both buyers and sellers. Brokers must stay ahead of the learning curve to remain competitive.
Quirky and profound ways in which risk management and insurance impact our lives.
One of Lloyd’s most controversial and successful underwriters was the quintessential maverick.
The AAMGA and NAPSLO merged to create the Wholesale & Specialty Insurance Association — a member services organization servicing the wholesale, specialty and surplus lines industry.
This year’s presentations offer timely and diverse solutions to the challenges facing the workers’ compensation and disability realm.
Tech startups and data wizards are claiming to make insurance modern, agile, and friendly. Will they succeed where other tech waves have failed?
Attendees at the NAPSLO convention in San Diego need to find ways to compete, yet avoid falling victim to price wars.
Technology will speed up a construction finance reporting requirement that was previously manual and tedious.
Data from the first half of the year shows a healthy appetite for mergers and acquisitions.
A new study offers comprehensive insight into how employers are leveraging and expanding benefits as part of an overall growth strategy.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
For all of today's great medical achievements, the best we can offer around the world is mediocre medical care.
A halt in wage stagnation is expected to have an impact on workers' comp, particularly in certain industries.
An electromagnetic pulse event triggered by the detonation of a low-yield nuclear device in Earth’s atmosphere triggers economic and societal chaos.
A combination of physical and cyber attacks on multiple data centers for cloud service providers causes economic havoc. Even the most well-prepared companies are thrown into paralyzing coverage confusion.
Insurance has a place on the résumés of a remarkably eclectic group of notables.
Lloyd’s CEO Inga Beale is tasked with guiding the venerable insurance market through Brexit and the demands of the fiercely competitive global specialty business.
Of course top executives' pay should reflect their responsibility and performance. But a little sanity on the subject is in order.