Middle Tennessee State University, which didn’t make a blip on the radar in Best’s Review’s last survey, was the top vote-getter in this year’s poll of top risk management and insurance programs. The result was surprising…until you learn the origins of the program.
Industry professionals offer their ideas about what college RMI programs could do to better prepare students for careers in risk management and insurance.
Insurers are headed toward a crisis after underpricing casualty risk for a decade.
Epigenetics can uncover how poor health habits can affect future wellness and is being viewed as a potentially powerful underwriting tool.
For life insurers, moving into asset management requires facing new options and decisions about where to invest and grow the portfolio, where to harvest and which areas to exit.
Observers say the medical liability market is beginning to harden as higher jury awards, eroding tort reform sink in.
Best’s Review focuses on insurance education in this issue. A Best’s Review survey asks industry professionals which college risk management and insurance programs are doing the best job.
Health care sharing groups operate outside of the norms of mainstream health insurance. Some say it’s time to regulate them.
Electronic health records set to turbocharge life insurance underwriting.
The increasing focus on data is driving chief risk officers to wear two hats, including that of chief data officer.
The diverse, expansive Southeast Asia region offers unique challenges and new prospects for the insurance industry.
Also: Penn National names new president and CEO, Inga Beale joins Clyde & Co. board and Plymouth Rock CEO announces retirement.
Insurance is becoming a dominant brand category among U.S. consumers, and MassMutual is celebrating NHL players’ special moments in a multimedia ad campaign.
Industry professionals talk to AMBestTV about how to make insurance a career choice for students and people outside of the industry.
The Financial Conduct Authority says poor culture in financial services impacts consumers and the market itself.
Rate increase in North Carolina and Saudi regulator bans brokers from selling reinsurance and insurance at the same time.
The industry breaks new ground by planting cyberrisk in the capital markets.
AMBestTV reports on the annual conference of the National Council of Insurance Legislators, held in Austin, Texas, where topics included active shooter insurance. Video news also includes coverage of the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation’s annual benefit dinner as well as a closer look at the nation’s levee system and the cyber insurance market.
An AM Best webinar examines how life insurers use predictive modeling to attain compliance. Also, a look at how data is helping homeowners insurers make better decisions.
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