As technology reduces risks—and eventually the number of drivers on the road—auto insurers explore new business models as they brace for an era of tighter premiums.
Insurers aren’t spending less; they’re spending differently.
Amalgamated Life’s new CEO Paul Mallen faces the fierce competition of the workplace benefits space while plotting expansion in his first year running the midsize insurer.
A Best’s Review panel on U.S. life/health insurers’ investing sees a benign economic landscape in the near term, but the cycle has reached an ‘uncomfortable point’ as its conclusion approaches.
Auto insurers face hard questions about their business models in an era where new technology may lead to a smaller market with fewer drivers.
In a conversation about their book Mastering Catastrophic Risk, Howard Kunreuther and Michael Useem say risk management is a value-creating strategy and companies need to be unsurprised by surprise.
A new study reveals the characteristics and strategies of high-performing auto insurers.
System and Organization Control can help insurers comply with cybersecurity law.
Not all clients are valuable. Insurers must learn to recognize their customers’ toxic traits and weed out the ones that don’t offer a sustainable relationship.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are aiding in loss prevention and business processes in new ways.
A young boy’s mishap with an expensive sculpture is shining a spotlight on insurers’ growing use of subrogation to recover claims paid to insureds.
Also: AIG names a new CEO for Lexington, FWD appoints a former AIG executive as managing director and Travelers appoints a successor to CFO Benet.
Best's Special Report (Excerpt): Cyber Insurance Market: Stress Testing the Future (August 20, 2018)
Cattolica Assicurazioni enters rugby partnership, Vitality partners with English football club Chelsea and State Farm leads the way in brand recognition.
Insurance industry experts discuss the causes and impact of regulation and weather events on expenses with A.M.BestTV.
Consumer groups seek rejection of auto insurance affordability report. Plus regulatory developments in California and Australia.
A panel of industry leaders reviews the surplus lines market. A.M. BestTV on Hawaii and flood insurance. A.M. Best Radio on a risk retention group devoted to hang gliders.