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A group captive in some cases gives owners more control over decision making than traditional insurance arrangements.
A look at the latest decisions affecting the industry.
AES takes control of its risk engineering program.
Innovative technology presents unforeseen risk exposures. Presented by Travelers.
India is poised to win the battle to increase market share for insurance companies.
Insurers need an enterprisewide data and analytics approach to products and customer service that includes social media.
In this softening marketplace, risk managers can reap the rewards of improved and robust coverage.
P/C insurers and reinsurers are on track to surpass last year’s $10 billion in M&A activity.
Will a new insurance product encourage more workers’ comp payers to forgo federal approval of Medicare set asides?
Political correctness may have good intentions, but the results lead to perdition.
Alternative capital is shaking up the reinsurance market, while issues such as Big Data are moving onto the agenda.
Broker profitability due to contingent commissions reflects carrier profitability, with P&C lines leading.
Communication is essential to keep workplace systems safe from cyber criminals.
After their exclusive agency agreements were terminated, the agents argued a franchise law should protect them.
An M&A uptick won’t impact insurance pricing right away.
Insurance policies would cover claims for fantasy football owners whose players suffer major injuries during the season.
Insurance company assets-under-management growth is weak compared to other global asset management.
Oklahoma’s opt-out system has employers intrigued, but taking a “wait and see” approach.
What an insurance executive will require to survive in the new economy.
Tech firms face multiple perils in addition to cyber risks.
Some university premiums are more than double last year’s expense, but students may find themselves uninsured anyway.