Maurice R. “Hank” Greenberg has been transforming insurance companies for nearly seven decades. Along the way, he also has transformed the global insurance industry.
Lloyd’s sets sail on an ambitious journey of transformation, reform.
Two Catholic fraternal benefit insurers joined forces to create a groundbreaking technology initiative that they hope will bring back-office efficiencies and lower costs for their organizations.
Health care insurtech carriers reported losses in the first nine months of 2019. Oscar’s loss, however, was a sharp improvement over the loss from the same period a year ago.
European insurers are eyeing illiquid assets such as commercial real estate to boost investment returns.
AM Best’s Molineux says rated captives in Cayman, Bermuda and Barbados outpace the U.S. commercial market.
Information technology security audits can ensure an insurer’s data is safe while avoiding reputationally damaging breaches and expensive regulatory fines.
Opioid litigation is setting a precedent for future diesel fuel lawsuits.
Starr’s Greenberg discusses the need to continuously evolve. Lloyd’s of London goes through a self-imposed transformation. And two fraternal insurers join hands to overcome technology challenges.
John Hancock’s Vitality program transforms the traditional static relationship of life insurance ownership into an interactive experience with their policyholders.
Diversity is good for business and essential for the long-term health of the insurance industry.
Customer experience will continue to rule in 2020.
D&O insurers are seeing an increase in securities class action lawsuits.
After holding the unofficial title of the world’s first skyscraper for more than four decades, the Home Insurance Building that once stood in Chicago may soon be dethroned of that designation.
Gallagher’s Chris Mead discusses effective branding strategies and harnessing the power of digital marketing.
Also: Geico names successor to retiring CEO as do American Equity and Beta Healthcare Group; Philadelphia Insurance names chairman and president.
New program touted as a milestone in changing the way whiplash injury claims are filed and paid.
Willis Towers Watson reports insurtech funding volume increased 25% in fourth quarter 2019 compared to the same period in 2018.
AMBestTV reports on two major gatherings of insurance luminaries: the annual Property/Casualty Insurance Joint Industry Forum and St. John’s University’s 25th annual Insurance Leader of the Year Awards Dinner. Video news also includes coverage of Pennsylvania Lumbermens Mutual’s 125th anniversary, the possible insurance impact of the coronavirus, and an update on the Vermont captive insurance market.
An AM Best webinar examines how artificial intelligence and machine learning are helping underwriters assess risk. Also, a look at the ILS market.
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