Asset managers explore the strategies and considerations insurers are employing to adapt their portfolios.
Without a crystal ball to see what the Federal Reserve has in store in its inflation fight, coupled with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and stubborn COVID-era supply chain problems, the bond market is seeing volatility rise.
The COVID-19 pandemic taught the industry a thing or two about core vs. non-core businesses and instilled a willingness to deploy capital to either shed or grow segments through M&As, observers say.
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U.S. and U.K. environmental, social and governance oversight raises litigation challenges for insurers.
Diversity, equity and inclusion along with sustainable investing are top of mind in the insurance industry.
The environmental, social and governance movement raises many challenges for insurers, including: Do green investments come at the expense of return and a whole raft of future uncertainties?
The Federal Reserve started increasing interest rates, something the life insurance industry sought for years. Fine-tuned investment portfolios, record capitalization and growth could make rate hikes less important than initially thought.
The partnership’s goal is to knock down regulatory barriers and determine market access.
If approved by the membership, the formal merger of both clubs is expected to close by Feb. 20, 2023.
Risk managers have to ensure "that you have a happy workforce holistically" because many employees are at home and working longer hours, said Emilio Figueroa, chief insurance officer, Foresight.
The Foresight Group provides Safesite, a risk management and safety platform that the insurtech says can help save lives, spur safety in workplaces and provide more cost-effective policies.
The May issue includes a special presentation on ESG that aired on AM Best TV in April. Other coverage includes a look at insurtech innovation, the impact of rising interest rates on life insurers and a ranking of P&I clubs.
Foresters Go aims to redefine the industry through innovation, purpose and wellness.
Verisk appoints replacements for its retiring chairman and chief executive officer and United Fire Group launches a search for a successor to its departing CEO.
Professionals also explore how data analytics and AI can be used to bring more of a human touch to insurance industry while also proactively assessing risks.
Medical professional liability insurance is typically offered by specialized carriers but is still written by some large multiline insurers.
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