This website uses cookies to provide you with the best possible service. By continuing to use this website, you accept the use of cookies. However, you can change your browser’s cookie settings at any time. You can find further information in our updated data privacy statement.



Joe Atamaniuk

Life/Health Head of Marketing & Account Management, Stamford

Joe Atamaniuk is a Vice President and Head of Marketing and Account Management in Gen Re's North American Life/Health division. He is responsible for the leadership of new business and account management for the life and health reinsurance product lines.

  • Life Benefit Riders – Get on Track

    By Joe Atamaniuk |Jun 19, 2014|English

    Living benefit riders, or accelerated death benefit riders (ABR), have been around the life insurance arena for many years, but as the industry looks for ways to attract new customers, their use has intensified recently. There are three different kinds...

    Read More
  • The Current State of Living Benefit Riders

    Issue: May 06, 2014|English

    Articles include: Medicare Supplement and the Market Opportunity / The Current State of Living Benefit Riders / Trends to Watch in the Life and Health Insurance Industry. Also highlighted are "What's New at Gen Re" that contains updates on Gen Re people...

    Read More
  • Life Insurers Warm to Predictive Modeling Tools

    By Joe Atamaniuk |Feb 13, 2014|English

    Gen Re has followed up on its 2010 survey to find out how the use of predictive analytics is developing in the life insurance industry. Our latest research shows that predictive modeling (PM) is taking off in the U.S. individual life product market, as...

    Read More
  • Survey Shines a Light on Life Insurers’ ERM Practices

    By Joe Atamaniuk |Jan 14, 2014|English

    Our first Enterprise Risk Management Survey of life insurers was launched a year ago, and we have just recently finished touring the U.S. to review the results with our clients. The survey is a resource to them - providing some useful insights into the...

    Read More