Past Issues

December 2022

Be Prepared: MassMutual Chairman and CEO Roger Crandall plans to double down on the company's digital approach and is ready to shift its product mix in response to changing conditions.
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November 2022

The New Age of Specialty Coverage: Insurance executives and industry experts discuss the advantages of specialization and how the industry identifies and develops new opportunities.
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October 2022

Under Construction: Carmakers build new relationships with insurers.
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September 2022

Following Their Own Path: Dave Raszeja, chief financial officer of Penn Mutual, says a mutual structure’s long-term focus offers a safe haven during volatile economic times.
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August 2022

Three Decades of Challenge: Hurricane Andrew struck Florida in August 1992 but its impact on the global reinsurance market has been long-lasting.
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July 2022

The Leaders: Best's Review presents the Top Global Insurance Brokers ranking as well as rankings of the top U.S. property/casualty writers, the top U.S. life/health insurers and the world's largest insurers.
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June 2022

Stormy Weather: In Florida, property claims face a litigation backlog.
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May 2022

Beyond Environmental ESG: Social responsibility becomes a bigger element in ESG: Insurance executives and industry experts discuss how social change is driving opportunity.
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April 2022

Risk Managers Walk a Tightrope: Risk managers say they're seeing their roles evolve as the old work environment undergoes profound change.
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March 2022

Shock Verdicts: Insurers sound the alarm as billion-dollar jury awards drive up claims costs.
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February 2022

College Standouts: Eastern Kentucky University, benefiting from its online program amid COVID-19 shutdowns, was the top vote-getter in the Best's Review biennial poll of top risk management and insurance programs. The programs were recognized for their academic rigor as well as soft-skills training.
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