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Articles from Best's Review (September 1, 2004)

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A capital idea: ERC executive proposes a new method for pricing reinsurance. Bowers, Barbara Interview 1995
A growing threat: computer networks are increasingly vulnerable to catastrophic cyberrisk. Coyne, Frank J. 695
A suitable choice: it is possible to judge objectively whether a given variable-annuity exchange is the right thing to do, based on possible future scenarios. Milevsky, Moshe A. 1992
A test of strength: review the checklists and discover how to beef up group disability and life insurance sales results. Brown, Jason 1660
Aegon's net surges, but new life sales slump. Brief Article 80
After Andrew, insurers are better prepared. Suszynski, Marie Brief Article 230
Amid terrorist threat at N.J. headquarters, prudential makes security highly visible. Lysiak, Fran Matso 319
Andrew's lessons help reinsurers deal with impact from Charley. Pilla, David Brief Article 220
As good as it gets? Hard work lies ahead if life insurers are to build on the foundation of recently improved results. Stein, Robert W. 723
Best's Rating Changes. 1759
Broker Brown & Brown acquires Arkansas agency. Brief Article 127
Chubb underwriter: businesses need to be more serious about IT risks. Chordas, Lori Brief Article 188
Coming up ... in October. 178
Conseco names new CEO as William Shea resigns. Brief Article 207
Credit life in force, top life writers, United States--2003. Illustration 323
Credit life issued, top life writers, United States--2003. Illustration 315
Cycling back: with the hard market ebbing, excess and surplus carriers continue to grow their business in newly harder-to-place liabilities. Chordas, Lori 1892
E-Fusion conference. Calendar 968
Equity analysts: Hurricane Charley's billions in insured losses should be 'manageable'. Lysiak, Fran Matso Brief Article 214
Gaining ground: in the market-share race between fixed and variable products, insurers say sales are running nearly even. Bowers, Barbara 1642
Group life in force, top life writers, United States--2003. Illustration 329
Group life issued, top life writers, United States--2003. Illustration 320
Hailing cab coverage: Taxisure Exchange is driving home protection to taxi company owners across New Jersey. Chordas, Lori 766
He didn't mean to do it: intent is an issue that must be considered in coverage of claims in many contexts. Rutkin, Alan S. 751
In the neighborhood: will small agencies go the way of mom-and-pop stores? Berry, Richard K. 713
In the spotlight *. 420
Innovation imperative: successful chief information officers stay on top of their craft and stay connected electronically to leverage their time and resources. Ostermiller, Marilyn 768
Insurance company attorneys survey. Illustration 323
Insurers among top ad buyers. Brief Article 119
Insurers can model new threats closely. Kelly, Dennis Brief Article 121
Jackson National plans to sell banking subsidiary. Brief Article 182
Lack of initiative, skills cited as barriers to data exchange. Chordas, Lori Brief Article 250
Making the grade: insurers are increasingly turning to The Leapfrog Group and other organizations for hospital care and safety data to help prevent medical errors and encourage better-informed health-care decisions. Chordas, Lori 2646
Meetings. Brief Article 134
Midyear poll reveals easier commercial renewals. Green, Meg Brief Article 189
Mixing up a better benefit: the 2003 Medicare Prescription Drug Act offers a subsidy that can save employee-benefit plan sponsors up to 25% on plan costs. Declining the subsidy and taking a different approach could save even more. Kaczmarek, Steve 1688
One for all: Safeco merged technology and business objective to create a single Internet platform for pricing and underwriting multiple lines of business. Whitney, Sally 1068
Opportunities beckon. Whitney, Sally 372
Ordinary life average policy size and lapse ratio, top life writers, United States--2003. Illustration 1630
Ordinary life in force, top life writers, United States--2003. Illustration 328
Ordinary life issued, top life writers, United States--2003. Illustration 322
Prudential financial posts gain on strong annuity results. Brief Article 96
Reliance: liquidation update: a proposed $5 million settlement with employees will be heard Sept. 30. Bowers, Barbara 1439
Risk factor: financial companies can't afford to ignore terror alerts. Pilla, David 608
Royal & Sun sells closed U.K. life operations to resolution. Brief Article 146
Safeco Life reborn as '47-year-old start-up'. 312
Scottish Re posts strong earnings on revenue growth. Brief Article 101
Seeing red: infrared thermography can help settle water and mold damage claims faster and less expensively. Wantz, Brad 1263
Study: life industry could top $1.6 trillion. Panko, Ron 443
Survey: executives rank fire, disruptions top threats. Green, Meg Brief Article 250
Term life in force, top life writers, United States--2003. Illustration 321
Term life issued, top life writers, United States--2003. Illustration 320
The need for terrorism coverage: there are fundamental constitutional and philosophical rationales for federal terrorism insurance. Stewart, Gordon 762
The perfect combination: planning is key to successfully integrating technology systems following a corporate merger or acquisition. Repetti, Steve 1565
Thinking it through: in decisions concerning risk and insurance, it's essential to transcend a firm's limited experience. Panning, William H. 761
Time for a makeover: competitors' ad spending forces InsWeb to rethink marketing strategy. Lysiak, Fran Matso 695
Toeing the line: health data, rate and form filing are insurers' top electronic compliance issues. Grier, Chris 638
Total life in force, top life writers, United States--2003. Illustration 319
Total life issued, top life writers, United States--2003. Illustration 305
Warnings contrast U.S., U.K. styles. O'Connor, Robert Brief Article 91
Western National Group updates logo, adds tagline. Brief Article 172
Winning the Hispanic market: insurers are trying to reach out to the growing Hispanic population--and its swelling middle class--but insiders say they could be doing more. Green, Meg 5121
Winning the IT talent war: information technology is rebounding and increasing the competition for the best resources. Landberg, Steven 723

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