From curating content for individual customers to tackling the industry’s image problem, insurance leaders weigh in on how to remain relevant in the new decade ahead.
A series of attacks on oil tankers near the Persian Gulf is driving up war risk premiums.
Marine insurance has seen changes in risks throughout the years and now faces even more challenges.
Mega-global events such as the upcoming Olympics and this year’s G20 and Rugby World Cup put a spotlight on Asia-based events.
Participants in a Best’s Review investing roundtable view the prolonged low rate environment as continuing to put pressure on portfolios. Everything else is anyone’s guess.
Insurers will be tested in 2020 as they face an uncertain political and economic landscape. Best’s Review speaks with insurance leaders about how to remain relevant in a time of rapid change. Also, Best’s Review examines marine war risk coverage.
Willis Re International chairman urges the industry to create stories tailored to its customers about the importance of buying insurance protection.
Insurers are on the front lines dealing with increases in frequency and severity of natural catastrophes in the wake of climate change.
As active assailant attacks occur in numerous venues, the focus must be on prevention and new coverages.
Lessons learned in 2019 will be useful to take into the new year.
Nationwide’s Cathy Lanning discusses effective insurance marketing and how she and her team are leveraging the brand in new ways.
Industry professionals talk to AMBestTV about the challenges in the marine insurance market.
Also: Resolution Re appoints its first CEO, New York Life appoints chief financial officer and Hartford names chief information officer.
AMBestTV reports on the annual American Property Casualty Insurance Association conference in Boston. Also, AMBestTV speaks with a number of high-profile industry leaders, including Starr’s Hank Greenberg and Arceo.ai’s Mario Vitale. AMBestRadio discusses professional liability as well as DNA science.
An AM Best webinar explores where insurers are discovering opportunities in municipal bonds. Also, a look at factors important to writers of homeowners.
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