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2017 Annual Review

Our Annual Review contains a letter from our President and CEO Kara Raiguel, selected consolidated financial data and featured stories from Gen Re associates around the world.

  • Series: Surveys
    Medicare Supplement - Highlights of 2017 U.S. Market Survey

    Issue: Aug 06, 2018| Medicare Supplement | English

    Summary of Medicare Supplement industry survey on results and market trends. Examined sales and in-force numbers, claim and underwriting trends, rate increase activity and distribution channels. Full survey available only to participants.

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  • Current State of Group Medical EOI Applications

    By Joe Iannetti | Jul 31, 2018 | English

    This past May, Gen Re released the results of our Group Medical Evidence of Insurability Underwriting Survey. The survey covered Group Life, LTD and STD products with a focus on how companies staff and process their Evidence of Insurability (EOI) applications....

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  • Sugar and Fat – and Diet Research

    By Jean-Marc Fix, FSA, MAAA | Jul 12, 2018 | English

    While we know that sugar is a key element of the obesity equation, it’s difficult to design a perfect diet because biochemical pathways and their communication with the brain do not necessarily translate to the combination of motivation and weight loss...

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  • Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana

    By Bill Baumann | Jun 20, 2018 | English

    As more states legalize marijuana for medical and recreational use, there is a rising concern about the risk of people getting behind the wheel while high. Marijuana can slow reaction time, impair judgment and distance, and decrease coordination. After...

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