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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
American Agent & Broker Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2013
Benefits Selling Trade Magazine/Journal Nov 1, 2014
Best's Review Trade Magazine/Journal Nov 1, 2014
  • Home improvement: Farmers Insurance and a PGA Tour star team up to help a Hurricane Sandy victim rebuild.
  • Swiss Re economist: insurers' profitability challenged by volatile markets, capital.
  • Best's calendar: upcoming conferences and events.
  • Newly listed firms.
  • Experts: facing threat from employers, health insurers must think like providers.
  • Best's credit rating actions.
  • Looking ahead: Lloyd's Nelson: Beijing branch to reach corporate carriers.
  • Losing faith: the right to arbitrate claims doesn't inoculate insurers from breaching the covenant of good faith and fair dealing.
  • Common occurrences: insurers find states and judges expanding the meaning of a familiar policy term.
  • Quantitative tightening? All eyes are on the Federal Reserve to see if it will sell the securities it purchased under quantitative easing, thereby...
  • Diversify the mix: an agency's book should maximize growth and minimize the effects of a down cycle.
  • A new direct-ion: Direct mail, a staple of insurance marketing, finds a new place in today's marketing mix.
  • Trouble above: it isn't just basements that can cause losses for homeowners.
  • 10 themes: form the 2014 Rendez-vous reinsurance conference: a roundup of the hot topics everyone was talking about in Monte Carlo.
  • Follow the leaders: a background in finance, business development or operations/IT, plus foreign experience, can give a career edge, a survey shows.
  • Step by step: the path to creating a data-driven marketing organization begins with a five-step process.
  • Linked in: the FIO's Michael McRaith says the insurance industry is 'inextricably connected' to global capital markets.
  • The technology imperative: insurers increasingly rely on advanced software to comply with rules and regulations.
  • Funding farmers: agriculture insurance for a rapidly expanding African population is a top priority for Swiss Re.
  • The liquidity challenge: flush with cash, property/casualty insurers seek new ways to invest.
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    Florida Underwriter Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2011
    Journal of Risk and Insurance Trade Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2014
    Liability & Insurance Week Professional Newsletter Feb 23, 2004
    Life Insurance Selling Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2013
    Medicaid Support for Family Planning in the Managed Care Era Professional Pamphlet Jan 1, 2001
    Property and Casualty 360 Trade Newsletter Nov 13, 2014
    Retirement Advisor Trade Magazine/Journal Nov 1, 2014
    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.
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    Risk Management Trade Magazine/Journal Nov 1, 2014
    Senior Market Advisor Trade Magazine/Journal Apr 1, 2014
    Tech Decisions Trade Magazine/Journal Feb 1, 2012

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