Now Playing:

Munich Re's Quigley: Federal Flood Protection Needs the Long View

Mike Quigley, head of property underwriting, Munich Re America, said insurers are prepared to begin underwriting flood but doubts they can handle all flood risks.

Register to be notified of new A.M. BestTV episodes.

 

 

Sign Up for AM Best TV Alerts

  • Mutuals: Regulation Is a Hurdle to Innovation and a Growing Burden

  • NAMIC's Rogers: International, U.S. Regulators Closer on Capital Standards

  • Insurers Still Ambivalent About Cloud Computing

  • Trillium's Dietrich: To Boost Retention, Focus on Learning and Listen

  • Audits Help Insurers True Up Their Premium Collections

  • Mutual Execs: Responding to Catastrophes Takes Speed, Communication

  • The Institutes' Miller: We're Helping Insurers Leverage Blockchain

  • NEAM's Lech: Mutual Insurers Fine-Tuning Their Asset Management Strategies

  • The Key to Mutual Insurance Sustainability: Relevancy

  • NAMIC's Chamness: Group Has a New Look, Same Purpose

  • Swiss Re's Wolfe: U.S. Storms Put Premium on Loss Adjusters' Services

  • NAMIC's Grande: Tax Reform Needs to Consider Unique Risk Needs of Insurers

  • Munich Re's Quigley: Federal Flood Protection Needs the Long View

  • Risk Management Gaining Ground in Higher Ed

  • NAMIC's Spriggs: Annual Conference Continues to Evolve in Business, Social Paths

  • Columbia's Thompson: Catastrophic Storms Especially Lethal to Businesses

  • NAMIC's Karol: Drones Fly High in Post-Storm Recovery

  • Mutuals Broaden Their Leadership Ranks

  • Harford Mutual's Linkous: It's Time to Rethink National Disaster Mitigation

  • Indiana Farmers' Smith: Mutuals a Good Fit for Next Generation's Values

  • Behind the Boom in Insurance and Risk Management Curricula

  • MMG's Shaw: Mutuals Use Technology to Build on Legacy of Service

  • Munich Re's Mozeika: Few Insurtechs Angling to Become Full-Fledged Insurers

  • Namico's Sullivan: 'Social Inflation' Driving Burgeoning Court Verdicts

  • A.M. Best's Holzberger: Mutual Insurers Turn in Successive Strong Years

  • Munich Re's Kern: Sharing Economy Blurs Lines Between Personal and Product

  • IBHS' Giammanco: Stronger Post-Andrew Building Codes Paid Off in Florida

  • NAMIC's Thesing: Florida's Plaintiffs' Lawyers Made GOP Inroads

  • NAMIC's Alldredge: Mutual Auto Writers Face Oncoming Traffic

  • Lumbermens' Smith: Storm Rebuilding Good for Wood Business, Its Insurers