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Articles from Best's Review (December 1, 2018)

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A Mixed Bag: Experts from the insurance industry discuss the emerging risks and growth areas that are impacting the multifaceted inland marine market with A.M. BestTV. 905
A New Focus: As post-millennials enter the workforce, insurers must recognize their unique characteristics. Burnham, Carly 628
A Response to Tragedy: The insurance industry is creating new policies designed to cover liability, from gun violence and to provide benefits to victims. Green, Meg 2283
Aetna/CVS Merger Affects Execs: Also: AHIP adds COO, two EVPs; Country Financial's Kurt Bock plans to retire and Jim Jacobs named CEO; Munich Re Names UK Life CEO. 1761
Agents' Concerns. 109
Art Lessons: Inland marine experts say the hot market for art lures fraudsters. Green, Meg 1629
Best's Credit Rating Actions. 5072
Best's Rankings. 4397
Brand New Day: Guardian launches its first major brand campaign in more than 150 years and Allianz to become a Worldwide Olympic Partner in 2021. 483
Building Support: Successful microinsurance products are built on good data. 392
Changes Ahead: Industry expert says convergence capital could ultimately go retail. Interview 1647
Charting a Path to Property/Casualty Innovation. 1240
Expansion Plans: The next phase of insurance-linked securities is 'reverse convergence.'. 684
Fire on Water: Shipboard fires are still the most dangerous threat to life and property at sea. Loh, David Y. 574
Friends for Life: Studies consistently indicate that those who engage in social activities have less mortality risk and that social isolation and loneliness increase that risk. Henly, Hilary 528
Hitting the Targets: Assurant's CEO explains how the company tries to meet its key financial goals. Smith, Kate 2392
Insurtech Growth and Interest in Weather: AM BestTV reports on the InsureTech Connect conference and the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America's annual meeting and other industry gatherings. Conference news 330
Maximizing Analytics: Simple tools can produce significant results. Panning, Bill 500
Midterm Elections Overturn Political Landscape: U.S. House flip to Democrats ends ACA repeal, raises new roadblocks to deregulation. Klimko, Frank 379
Olympic Medalist Shannon Miller to Give Keynote Presentation at NCOIL Annual Meeting. Calendar 372
Opening the Floodgates: As the federal government opens the flood insurance market to private insurers, the industry speaks about the risks, the need for more data and the way forward. 3084
Plugging The Leaks: Non-weather-related water damage is the second-leading cause of homeowners claims. New tech tools are helping to drive down those losses. Chordas, Lori 2066
Rating Return: Return on equity can be a valuable measuring tool, but not for everyone. Smith, Kate; Roberts, Jeff 1651
Regulatory Update: Retirement savings and risk corridor payments are a focus. 222
Reinventing Distribution: A.M. Best's webinar focuses on direct-to-consumer channel efforts. Also, coming soon, digital maturity and the sharing economy. 285
Rough Seas: A perfect storm of business challenges is roiling the waters in the marine insurance market. Leonard, Adrian; Vowinkel, Patricia 2234
Sustainability: Insurers must recognize the financial impact and benefit of investing in sustainable technology. Ouimette, Gates 511
Ten Years Post-Crisis: The former Federal Insurance Office director says the regulatory changes stemming from the financial crisis may not have been popular, but they left the nation better prepared to handle future downturns in the economy. Smith, Kate 1900
The Long & Winding Road: Steve Friedman's unorthodox career path took him from practicing law to investment banking to a unique, hybrid role with Pan-American Life, managing both its investment portfolio and its business growth strategy, reflecting a reinvented role amid changing industry dynamics. Roberts, Jeff 2417
Water, Water, Everywhere: From the Editor's Desk: Private insurers eye the U.S. flood insurance market while marine insurers in London pull back from certain lines of business. Editorial 549
Winter Wonderland: Outdoor holiday light displays are igniting a host of liabilities for insurers, including fires, injuries and distracted-driver accidents. Chordas, Lori 612

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