Insurers seek to reduce claims by funding an anti-bullying app that allows anonymous reporting.
The reinsurance industry sees plenty of opportunity in the $1.7 trillion mortgage market, taking on risk from private mortgage insurers and directly from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
As ransomware and other cyberattacks proliferate, insurers are managing their exposures by sharing risk with reinsurers. Reinsurers are answering the call.
New legal and regulatory developments related to cannabis and the federal terrorism backstop are creating potential opportunities for captive insurers.
Bullies seek to take advantage of a power imbalance. Insurers are helping to pay to implement an anti-bullying app that gives students and school staff the ability to push back.
Experts: Slow increase in interest rates likely to help captives’ portfolios.
A Best’s Special Report explains why European insurers are adjusting their asset allocations.
As Starr Companies gears up for its centennial anniversary next year, CEO Greenberg explains how he aims to build the next global insurance powerhouse.
Insurtech firms are attempting to serve customers in ways they want to be served. Traditional carriers need to use their insurance expertise to outdo the insurtechs in customer experience.
What to ask to determine how much artificial intelligence could help your firm.
U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sides with insurers in looking to plain langage to define causation language in cyber coverage case.
Insurance marketers eye addressable television, BB&T rebrands its retail broker.
August meetings and conferences include the NAIC Summer National Meeting in Boston and the Vermont Captive Insurance Association annual conference in Burlington, Vt.
Plus developments at Lloyd's and the U.S. health market.
Insurance industry experts discuss the latest hot topics and challenges in the captive insurance market with A.M. BestTV.
A.M. BestTV speaks with Anthony Silverman, associate director of analytics, A.M. Best, about Solvency II. Cyber take-up rates and pricing strategies are discussed in an interview with Fred Eslami, associate director, and Bobby Skrabal, industry analyst, A.M. Best.
State of the captive insurance market and cyber becomes personal.
A.M. Best experts discuss mortgage-related insurance-linked securities as a substitute for traditional reinsurance.
Plus a look at commercial auto, the threats from big data and Munich Re enters a joint venture.
A spate of high-profile sexual misconduct incidents at U.S. colleges and universities is shining a spotlight on the need for insurance and risk management.
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