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Nine Questions Mutual Company Directors Should Ask When Assessing Their ERM Culture

Every year our Mutual Practice team looks forward to the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) Annual Convention. With nearly 2,000 attendees, it is a great opportunity to experience the rich tradition of the mutual insurance industry, enjoy a diverse a range of talented keynote speakers and listen to a multitude of stimulating panel discussions.

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  • Series: Risk Insights
    Online Insurance in China

    Issue: Dec 12, 2017| L/H General Industry, P/C General Industry | English | View in Deutsch

    The Internet has allowed new ecosystems to provide convenient access to shopping and information that deeply penetrate every aspect of people’s daily lives. This article contrasts three different business models used by insurers in China.

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  • Lump Sum Benefits - The Experience in New Zealand

    By Li Wen Beh and Winncy Wong | Nov 28, 2017 | English

    Gen Re has conducted various experience investigations of the New Zealand Life, Disability and Critical Illness markets. Our latest survey of fully-underwritten individual Life and Trauma (Critical Illness) cover offers the first-ever insights to Total...

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  • Opportunity Is Knocking - Will You Answer?

    By Steve Rowley | Nov 13, 2017 | English

    Gen Re has just completed our 16th annual U.S. Critical Illness Market Survey. The data gathered from 53 participating carriers captures a moment-in-time snapshot of where the market is today. This snapshot comes to life when we look to the historical...

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  • Boomers Continue to Boost the Medicare Supplement Market

    By Marissa Valente | Oct 18, 2017 | English

    Today 57 million people in the U.S. are on Medicare and that number continues to grow daily due to the aging Boomer population.1 This translates into an opportunity for insurance carriers looking to expand their business in the senior market. Results...

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