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Indicators in all regions show encouraging signs for the second half of the year.
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.
All eyes are on Oklahoma now that the state has begun to approve carriers to quote business under the reformed workers’ comp system.
Money apparently can’t buy success at this year’s World Cup.
A benchmarking study of claims organizations documented limited availability of formal job training.
Brokers prepare to comply with FATCA even as they seek exemption from the law’s foreign insurance requirements.
More leaders are looking past the organization’s silos in search of gains in health care and workers’ comp performance.
The addition of six Canadian jurisdictions to a new workers’ comp report may help foster improved understanding of similarities and differences among all jurisdictions.
Insurance companies’ labyrinthine numbering systems leave room for error.