Watch the full lineup of programs in "The Greening of Insurance Asset Management."
From the United Nations to nations and states, regulators and representatives are aligning investing standards with concerns about climate risk and social responsibility. Insurance and asset management experts explore emerging standards and expectations, along with the strategies and products designed to lower the stress of complying.
More-demanding expectations are affecting how insurers, regulators and investors view personnel, investments and corporate transparency.
Not all insurers have the resources to deploy across a range of investment opportunities designed to address changing standards and expectations. Insurance and investment experts explore how insurers of all sizes can better meet emerging guidelines without sacrificing business objectives.
Boosting ESG without understanding and carefully considering who stakeholders are, what they expect and how their potential disappointment might be expressed is a tactical path to a reputational liability.
This year’s winning team created a parametric insurance solution that helps families during emergency evacuations.
Tricia Griffith also said risk-based pricing should be bifurcated from discussions about affordability.
Droughts caused by climate change have elevated the amount of heavy metals found in rice. Insurers must help clients manage this risk.
This issue also includes a look at AM Best’s first Student Challenge and a listing of the largest insurers in the Asia-Pacific region.
AM Best is the first credit rating agency to make this commitment.
AM Best: Increased legislative and regulatory emphasis on climate risk will prompt U.S. insurers and reinsurers to accelerate their ESG efforts.
Improvements to claims handling, underwriting and policy origination forge customer connections at every level, said AM Best’s Matthew C. Mosher.
A look at some of the industry-sponsored challenges available to insurance and risk management college and graduate school students.
Options range from the most severe—refusing to extend coverage—to treating the virus like cancer, respiratory illnesses and other conditions that must be disclosed when applying for life insurance.
NAI, just like the Industrial Revolution, is going to result in new government programs, as well as new theories of contract law and injury law.
Selecting a software solution is a long-term business commitment. That’s why understanding a vendor’s footing in the M&A market is essential.
Working from home certainly has its advantages, but it can’t replace the benefits of in-person relationships or contemplative time spent while commuting.
Insurers are increasingly using distribution partners called delegated underwriting authority enterprises.
Rules first proposed in December 2020 have been approved and put into place with the hope of luring large insurers to the region.
K. Douglas Briggs discusses the prestigious award and how the Library’s mission continues in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jeff Charney, slated to leave in 2022, created an award-winning internal creative shop during his tenure. Also, at Beazley plc Adrian Cox succeeds CEO Andrew Horton, who is headed to QBE, and Ryan Specialty Group expands leadership team.
Insurers are turning to SEO to gain visibility and build brand awareness, but an expert says success begins by first mapping out a strategy that focuses on content and meeting customer needs.
Grace Vandecruze’s book is designed to help others reach financial security, including having adequate protection.
IXN Tech CEO Kevin Pohmer discusses the history and hurdles behind the company’s new mobile app for life insurance quotes.
The group will identify diversity, equity and inclusion best practices and address questions over the use of third-party data.
AM Best also comments on the London and Bermuda markets, the US title industry and rejoining the Paris Agreement.
Also, industry professionals discuss the value of automating underwriting and compromising on insurance policy.
Indy Health, Georgia Casualty & Surety among the life/health and property/casualty insurers in the United States that have experienced a corporate change.
Professionals discuss how identity management tools can protect against fraud and better roofing can reduce home insurance losses.
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