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Articles from Risk & Insurance (December 1, 2004)

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A day in the life of Mr. Bryce: Jim Bryce, the CEO of IPC Re Holdings follows the "party" line at the annual September Rendezvous in Monte Carlo. Though the following year's renewals are typically sealed in October in Baden Baden, insurance and reinsurance bigwigs show up just to be sure they don't get left behind. Crombie, Roger 1197
A test case is for 'go for launch': a critical issue in the changes to California's workers' compensation law is whether medical provider networks will provide better care at a lower price. Allen, Russ 1957
Closing the Gulf: Middle Eastern financial leaders, who for years watched as capital fled the region, are doing more to keep the money where it belongs--at home. The liberalization of insurance laws and new coverage mandates are expected to contribute. Firms looking to do business in the region will seriously want to consider captives. Tuohy, Cyril 1739
Directory: the buyers' guide. 18217
Go, go, go ... to Sacramento: risk executives looking to minimize their property and casualty exposures might want to consider setting up shop in the California capital--so long as they don't mind the risk of paying through the nose for workers' compensation premiums. Guin, Jayanta 5850
Listening to the signals: the decibels that ring loudest in the ears of risk executives in the electronics industries have to do with privacy and business interruption. Williams, John (American clergyman) 3754
Marsh's new CEO opens up: infected with hubris and blinded by a cozy, insular world, Harsh suffered a stinging blow in October when it was accused of collusion and bid-rigging. Now the firm's new CEO, Michael G. Cherkasky, wants to restore the firm's tarnished image with the polish of transparency and a culture of openness. Roberts, Jack Cover Story 1466
More regulation be damned. Crombie, Roger 586
New risk management rules turn into a test of European integration. Tuohy, Cyril 555
Practicing what they preach. Roberts, Jack 470
Protecting property in the 'hot' zones: some of the most desirable locations to live and work in the United States--Miami or San Francisco, for example--are also exposed to natural and man-made catastrophes. But that has not stopped them from growing. O'Brien, Tom 945
Protecting the homeland: AIG unit does its part with the launch of a new terrorism risk product. Yahn, Steve 508
RIMS "shocked" by Spitzer allegations. 81
Summit spat: Converium fires back at agencies: S&P downgrades "harmed our franchise," says Converium CFO. Tuohy, Cyril 474
Surety: the end of a shrinking trend: future brightens for remaining serf-insured companies. Tuohy, Cyril 556
Tax freedoms may trim benefits. Strazewski, Len 536
The inside-outside story. Rousmaniere, Peter 597
The safest cities in the United States. 357
Worth repeating. 140

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