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Articles from Best's Review (December 1, 2017)

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A CYBERRISK GROWS UP: Once considered an innocuous threat, ransomware has morphed into a new, formidable risk. McNicholas, Edward R.; Cunningham, Thomas D. 2001
A Feather in Its Cap. Chordas, Lori Brief article 264
A New Direction and a New Year. Vowinkel, Patricia 528
A New Life: MetLife has transformed into a diversified, global carrier. (Just don't say it fired Snoopy.). Roberts, Jeff 2841
A Pandora's Box? The 1955 Wilburn Boat case still causes confusion in policy interpretation regarding state law or federal admiralty rules. Yesowitch, Irene; Paoli, William D. 582
A.M. Best Radio[R]. 109
A.M. Best TV[R]. 302
Alone at Sea: Autonomous ships will change how marine underwriters view risk and how insurers evaluate claims. But before crewless vessels hit international waters, they must navigate a sea of regulatory changes. Smith, Kate 8298
Best's Briefing Examines Best's Credit Rating Methodology. 2056
Best's Calendar: Trade Shows/Conferences. Calendar 420
Best's Credit Rating Actions. 4547
Best's Insurance Professionals and Claims Resource: The following are newly qualified members in A.M. Best's claims industry resource. 225
BUILDING EXPANSION: Economic growth in construction and freight is providing opportunities for new entrants. Blades, David S.; Skrabal, Bobby Excerpt 2382
Center Ice. Chordas, Lori 296
Consider This. Burnham, Carly 555
CONVERGENCE: The new secretary-general of the IMS says the move toward a global capital standard and development of a common framework for the supervision of international insurance groups are key priorities. O'Connor, Robert 1909
Cyber Issues: Experts and insurance professionals speak to A.M. BestTV about cyberrisk's evolving challenges. 729
Executive Changes. 1031
External Forces: As insurers increasingly turn to outside investment managers, problems can arise. Regulators are stepping in and implementing new disclosure requirements, alarmed by abusive management agreements, typically involving smaller firms. Dobbyn, Tim 2208
FIGHTING WORDS: Protests over controversial guest speakers are creating a host of risks and liability exposures for universities and their surrounding towns. Smith, Kate 1746
Flying Apart: A Munich Re product manager says the marketplace for drone coverage is already splitting into segments. Green, Meg 992
Hamilton Chooses Longtime Munich Re Exec as Next CEO. Kiriluk-Hill, Renee 216
Handle With Care: Prepackaged meal kits and new food delivery methods are serving up a new helping of food safety risks. Chordas, Lori 2686
MetLife's Transformation Looks to Deliver Innovation. 398
Passing the Test: ARC executive is 'pleasantly surprised' with performance of parametric hurricane product post Irma. Smith, Kate Interview 627
PCI: Massachusetts Dog Breed Bill Too Restrictive. Harman, Thomas 294
Regulatory Update. 434
Taking Credit: The predictive power of credit behavior data can accelerate the underwriting process for life insurers. Schuetz, Dianne 475
The Moneyball Myth: What business can really learn from baseball. Panning, Bill 490
The New Reality: Artificial intelligence, machine learning and other analytics tools are the next frontier in customer engagement and creating new coverage needs. Saporito, Pat 536
US Treasury Rejects Bank-Like Rules for Insurers. Klimko, Frank 278
WATCH THE CONCENTRATIONS With a fast-growing cyber insurance marketplace and the rising threat of global cyber shocks, insurers must have a robust cyber accumulations framework. Calandro, Joseph, Jr.; Sundaram, Kumarappan; Lima, Christopher 1613

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