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Publications in Insurance

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Publication Audience Format Latest Issue Articles
Agent's Sales Journal Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2011
574
American Agent & Broker Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2013
1246
Benefits Selling Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2014
1228
Best's Review Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2014
  • The Aloha says goodbye: a 30-year-old maritime mystery is written by the defense attorney who went to trial for an unflappable client.
  • At Baden-Baden conference, reinsurers struggled with capital-abundant market.
  • Best's calendar: upcoming conferences and events.
  • Newly listed firms.
  • Best's credit rating actions.
  • Harnessing the power of telematics.
  • Full speed ahead: Swiss Re's president for China says the country is poised for massive insurance growth.
  • How insurers are building next-generation customer engagement platforms.
  • Uncharted waters: many U.S. insurers face new challenges from regulatory initiatives that originated overseas.
  • A new warning: the insurance industry is shifting its focus to impending rule announcements after the global capital ratio for G-SIIs is released.
  • Wearable world: the latest high-tech wizardry will bring potential risks and rewards for businesses.
  • What insurance professionals should know about patient safety and ambulatory care.
  • Staking a claim: social media is becoming an essential component of the insurance claims servicing process.
  • Digging for treasure: independent agents and brokers are leveraging data to drive sustainable, profitable commercial lines growth.
  • Personnel problems: as criminals target companies' employees, social engineering fraud poses a growing risk.
  • Three-sided coin: disability plan sales can grow by knowing each employer's 'priority profile.'.
  • Intelligent design: how machine learning is being applied to insurance.
  • E-sign here: more agents are tossing aside their pens in favor of e-signatures, but do security and privacy concerns weigh heavily on their minds?
  • Travel sickness: pandemic risk models show diseases move more quickly and with greater impact in our connected world.
  • End of the line: when insurance companies find some lines unprofitable or want to change their strategy, they often turn to runoffs.
  • 9852
    Florida Underwriter Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2011
    428
    Journal of Risk and Insurance Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2014
    1285
    Liability & Insurance Week Professional Newsletter Feb 23, 2004
    419
    Life Insurance Selling Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2013
    1156
    Medicaid Support for Family Planning in the Managed Care Era Professional Pamphlet Jan 1, 2001
    1
    Property and Casualty 360 Trade Newsletter Dec 18, 2014
    4166
    Retirement Advisor Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2014
    160
    Risk & Insurance Trade Magazine/Journal Apr 1, 2012
  • Vermont captive insurance companies license summary.
  • Number & type of captives by gross premium written: based on 12/31/10 gross premium written.
  • New captives in 2011.
  • Seeking shelter: in Vermont risk retention groups insure all forms of risk, from risks facing colleges and universities, to risks facing primary care...
  • RRG's still RSVP for their spot in Vermont: risk retention groups have always found a special place in the Vermont domicile, and continue to do so...
  • A picture of captive health: two new Vermont captive owners talk about their journeys from concept to formation, revealing the foundations behind the...
  • Zurich HelpPoint Perspective.
  • Enterprise risk management: a luxury we cannot afford: the risk management function can be transferred to capable service providers in lean times.
  • Enterprise risk management is necessary, vital: corporations benefit from enterprise risk management, even if the exact return isn't all that clear.
  • Solvency II where are you?
  • Food recall worries: new regulation could force a spike in product recall coverage premiums.
  • Facing the human risk factor: corporate leaders at the nation's largest companies are taking steps to manage what has been identified as one of the...
  • Pressure mounts on prices: a more aggressive Labor Department creates implications for employment practices liability coverage.
  • The need for speed: revolutionizing excess and surplus lines through automation would boost transaction volume and open the business to a larger...
  • Going big with the data: companies need master data management strategies in this new era of massive data, where actuaries want to be able to query...
  • Insuring a post-NFL career: the hits are softer in the agency business, and career longevity carries agency owners deep into the retirement end zone.
  • A multipronged talent shines: IMA Financial Group Inc.'s Rob Cohen has leadership skills and has the growth numbers to prove it.
  • The great risk manager shuffle: as the economy improves, we can only expect the risk manager merry-go-round to heat up as they jump at more...
  • Overcoming the Mundane: companies eliminate manual tasks using risk management information systems, and instead present critical data to the C-suite...
  • Ernst & Young claims spotlight.
  • 5767
    Risk Management Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2014
    5238
    Senior Market Advisor Trade Magazine/Journal Apr 1, 2014
    1424
    Tech Decisions Trade Magazine/Journal Feb 1, 2012
    291

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