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Articles from Best's Review (May 1, 2019)

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'Collaboration' Is the Theme of the 82nd Annual NAIIA Conference; Big 'I' Meets in Washington. Calendar 439
A Knack for Networking: Making connections with others in the industry is an important part of a successful career. Burnham, Carly 690
A Look at Innovation: Industry professionals discuss with [AM]BestTV how innovation is impacting the insurance industry. 547
A REVOLUTION IN UNDERWRITING: The race to develop accelerated products has driven life insurers to cautiously embrace the next generation of data. Roberts, Jeff 2453
A Sharper Image: From the Editor's Desk: Insurers gain a clearer picture of risk with their use of data. May's issue also looks at industry innovation and how an insurer is hoping to alleviate concerns about the reintroduction of the Eurasian lynx in England and Scotland. Vowinkel, Patricia Editorial 478
AM Best Assesses Innovation in Draft Criteria. 998
BEST'S FINANCIAL STRENGTH RATING GUIDE--(FSR). 1192
BEST'S ISSUER CREDIT RATING GUIDE--(ICR). 1250
Best's Rankings. Company rankings 2372
Break New Ground: Life insurers are using digital health data to streamline the underwriting process. Wehrman, Sue 567
Captives' Association Meets in Arizona: Also on [AM]BestTV, Novarica's Wein on Boeing's woes and AM Best's Keenan on insurtechs and innovation. [AM]BestRadio presents discussions on leadership skills and blockchain. 253
Data Challenge: Best's Review recently asked readers: What are the biggest risks insurers face with the use of new data and predictive analytics? 108
Data Driven: An explosion of data and advancements in analytics is shifting underwriting from an art to a science. Smith, Kate 2272
Data Everywhere: The internet of things, along with an Al assist, is revolutionizing insurance. de Waal, Mike 546
Dedication to Data: Insurers must use data more efficiently or be left behind. Catlin, Stephen 561
Don't Stifle It: Rules need to manage privacy and cybersecurity developments without suppressing insurers' uses of data. Augustinos, Theodore P. 551
Effects of Social Media, IoT: An AM Best webinar examines how social media is increasingly being used in insurance claims investigations. Also, panelists look at new technologies such as the internet of things that are poised to further transform homeowners coverage. Discussion 251
Expecting to Grow: A study shows more than 600 insurance companies were using exchange-traded funds in their investment portfolios in 2017. Green, Meg 2258
Into the Wild: A U.K. specialty insurer is trying to alleviate the concerns of sheep farmers who are concerned about a push to reintroduce the extinct lynx in England and Scotland. Chordas, Lori 556
Looking Beyond Technology: AM Best's Gillard discusses AM Best's new innovation criteria. Smith, Kate Interview 1006
New Data Delivers Commercial Solutions. 645
On the Radar Screen: AM Best's Mosher: We're looking much more closely at insurers' wildfire risk. Darragh, Timothy 514
Open for Business: Regulators: Private flood Insurance needs tweaking to take off in the United States. Darragh, Timothy 489
Own Your Career: Stanley Galanski, president and CEO of Navigators: To build a successful company, focus on communication, results, authenticity and people. 2296
Regulatory Update: Financial adviser bill nixed in Maryland and China issues guidelines for asset-liability management for insurers. 189
Technology and Transformation: Insurance panel: Genomics, blockchain are likely to be "big transformable technology" for the insurance industry. Smith, Kate 1635
The Wild West Data: Insurers are moving from static data sources to real-time, dynamic information, but privacy concerns have emerged as an imposing obstacle. Roberts, Jeff 2859
UK Property/Casualty Underwriter Direct Line Names CEO: Also: H.W. Kaufman Group appoints its first chief compliance officer, MetLife makes executive changes; and founder of NAPSLO dies at 87. Pilla, David Obituary 2429
Weighing IN On Wearables: Consumer and medical wearable devices are opening up a new data portal for health insurers, but many are still grappling with how to use that information. Chordas, Lori 2277
What You Need: Liberty Mutual debuts two new advertising spokesmen and American Family Insurance unveils the second ad in its "This Dream" campaign. Chordas, Lori 428
Words That Bind: Insurance policies have no shortage of clauses and endorsements. Insurers, however, often have little idea of the promises being made or the exposures they are covering. Smith, Kate 1824

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