New York Life CEO Ted Mathas finds even amid the COVID-19 pandemic that the company’s 175-year history can be a guide to the future.
The COVID-19 pandemic illustrates how quickly insurers can adapt.
Prodded by changes in regulations, the pandemic and the ratings process, insurers are finding new ways to improve and produce products.
The global pandemic raises questions about the insurance industry’s present and future relevancy.
Pandemic risk is one of several exposures that have insurers looking outside of the industry for coverage.
Test cases and consolidation requests emerged as business interruption complaints, driven by COVID-19, flowed into the courts this summer.
Insurers must monitor climate change legislation that threatens the industry.
Finding new and better ways to reduce loss and speed recovery remains a top priority.
Top insurance leaders share their thoughts about how the pandemic will impact the industry going forward. Also, a look at New York Life’s 175-year history and an examination of business interruption insurance litigation.
Additional insured or contract indemnitee? What difference does it make?
COVID-19 is realigning risks for insurers and bolstering consumer appetite for digital approaches.
COVID-19 is forcing the cancellation of concerts and sports matches and bringing change to the event cancellation insurance market.
Also, International Insurance Society president-CEO to retire, Aviva names successor to retiring CEO, and newly created COO role filled at Suncorp.
Badger Mutual’s Dan Wolfgram discusses the importance of building relationships and “overcommunicating” during challenging times like a global pandemic.
A reader shares experiences of dealing with a different ‘novel’ event years ago and looks at today’s challenges.
AM Best publishes three books, which detail the history of AM Best, credit rating agencies and the life of Alfred M. Best.
Ships stuck in ports due to the pandemic cause concern, home insurance carriers face challenges in marketing and selling products, and confirming online identities takes various steps. AMBestTV and AMBestAudio report on stories from a number of sectors within the insurance industry.
AM Best says insurers should reassess their stress scenarios for cyber and notes that declining losses have offset declining premiums for auto insurers.
London Life Reinsurance and Anchor Specialty are among the life/health and property/casualty insurers in the United States and Canada that have changed names or have had other corporate changes.
Due to Rendez-Vous de Septembre in Monaco being canceled this year, AM Best will present its annual Reinsurance Market Briefing in a virtual format. Also, experts review the upsurge in wildfire-related claims activity and take a look at the surplus lines sector of the U.S.
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