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As commercial insurance continues to work to recruit and retain talent, analytics talent will remain a consistent need.
Risk Strategies’ Rebecca LaFazia combined a longtime passion with a career in the insurance space, and there is never a lack of excitement.
Technology has transformed the way companies operate due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with automation being deployed to carry out mundane tasks, allowing actuaries to focus on analyzing data in greater detail and making critical decisions.
Insurance men once wore ties, now they wear jeans on Fridays.
Are SPACs too new to underwrite? Some say they are not. Others urge caution as the special purpose acquisition companies are at minimum complex to underwrite
As COVID-19 vaccinations became available to the public, the University of Arizona’s stalwart distribution site stepped up to serve its community.
A group of coal miners sought insurance coverage for falsified dust reports. The court denied them.
Workforce wellness consciousness is becoming more advanced, and that’s a good thing.
A prolonged megadrought has some U.S. farmers and their insurers questioning whether more sustainable growing practices are needed.
SwissRe publishes a report focused on the positive affects of nature.
General Mills has gone above and beyond in advocating for its injured workers, earning the company a 2021 Teddy Award.
The Hartford’s Natalie Burns’ recent promotion allows her to utilize previous lessons to combat the most fearsome of challenges.
Making sure frontline claims professionals are included in the conversations around how to prevent professional and personal burnout is necessary for them to thrive.
Kimberly Hamilton of PHLY has embraced an executive role where expanded product and underwriting capabilities are at the forefront.
Andrew Innes had an unusual start to his career in aviation insurance, but he’s pleased with the journey it’s taken him on.
FM Global’s Deanna Fidler on the new set of skills leaders will need in the wake of a pandemic.
AIG’s Neil Smallcombe shares how companies can harness the next generation of talent.
Kim Briones was at the forefront when the pandemic hit, helping BHSI team members around the world successfully transition to remote work and continue growing their lines of business.
Today and tomorrow’s commercial insurance carrier leaders are being called on to manage unprecedented changes in the workforce and technology applications.
The new president of Corvus Insurance, Madhu Tadikonda, hopes to put his data-intensive experience into play.