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

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A Closer Look at Antibiotic Resistance. 232
A.M. Best to Host 2018 Reinsurance Market Briefing In Zurich; Analysts to Present Industry Insights. Calendar 345
Alternative Capital Signals Its Presence As M&A Remakes Reinsurance Market. Pilla, David 873
ANNUAL CORPORATE CHANGES 2017: All companies listed are life/health or property/casualty insurers in the United States or Canada. 4918
Best's Calendar: Trade Shows/Conferences. 1000
Best's Credit Rating Actions. 4350
Best's Special Report Reviews the Impact On Insurers of the Potential Expiration of TRIPRA. Report 2218
Despite Quiet Quarter, Pool Re Warns of 'Severe' UK Terror Threat. O'Connor, Robert Financial report 381
Disastrous Thinking: It's human nature, not Mother Nature, that's making recovery from catastrophes more expensive. Batistoni, Dianne 566
Fraud Protection: Awareness and vigilance are essential tools to battle fraudulent claims. Dion, Mark 527
Growing Appetite: Insurers have nearly tripled their collateralized loan obligation holdings since 2012 in the hunt for yield. Roberts, Jeff 1308
HEATING UP: Insurers are designing new products and parametric financing tools to prepare for an unhealthy dose of new epidemics that may arise from changing weather patterns. Chordas, Lori 2914
ILS Market Non-Life Capacity Tops $3 Billion in First Quarter. Calucag, Ernesto 333
Insurers Take Notice of Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing. 512
IRI CEO Cathy Weatherford to Retire At Year's End, Search for Successor Underway. Klimko, Frank 182
London Group Launches Project To Support MGA Market. Pilla, David 361
Looking Within: The medical community is studying individuals' genomes to not only cure diseases but also assess and prevent illnesses before they occur. Monday, Bill 1468
LTC Debate: Phantom menace or false concern: Will "phantom premium" affect long-term care insurance economics? Rafalko, Michael D. 577
Mapping The Future: Genomics poses an opportunity and a threat to insurers, as they call for equal access to genetic information to effectively underwrite and price risk. Roberts, Jeff 2497
Not That Kind. Chordas, Lori 188
Planning Ahead: Insurance leaders advise the most effective catastrophe work occurs pre-storm. Green, Meg 2598
Preparing for THE DAY AFTER: Small, vulnerable countries team up to buy insurance against natural disasters that can give them a vital cash injection to jump-start a recovery. Wolk, Martin 2736
Regulatory Update. 661
Reinsurers, Insurers Seek to Combine Forces Through Mergers and Acquisitions. Pilla, David 894
RIMS Roundup: Experts attending the Risk and Insurance Management Society's annual conference in San Antonio discuss hot topics including regulation, opioids, cyber liability and blockchain with (A.M.)BestTV. Conference news 724
Running Ahead. Chordas, Lori 178
Sharing Ideas. Burnham, Carly 668
Singing Their Praises. Chordas, Lori 250
Tech Support: Insurers are building Amazon Alexa skills to help consumers make decisions about medical benefits, check on claims and get information about insurance products and terminology. Chordas, Lori 556
The DNA Challenge. Vowinkel, Patricia 454
The Grounded Visionary: InsureTech Connect co-founder Caribou Honig took an unlikely path from credit cards to venture capital before finding a passion for insurtech--and event planning. Roberts, Jeff 1820
The Rise of RESISTANCE: The use of antibiotics continues to climb, but resistance to the drugs and a rise in antibiotic-resistant superbugs are challenging insurers to find solutions. Chordas, Lori 2190
Time for Change: The internet of things allows insurers to encourage and establish innovation in new ways. Saporito, Pat 492

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