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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.

  • Treating Ageing to Extend a Healthy Lifespan

    By Beata Puls | Dec 20, 2017 | English

    Life expectancy has increased remarkably in the last few decades. The number of people living to or even beyond age 100 is expected to increase. This puts ageing at centre stage alongside healthy life expectancy – meaning the years an ageing person can...

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  • How Deep Brain Stimulation Helps Manage Neurological Disorders

    By Dr. Chris Ball | Oct 24, 2017 | English

    Using electrical stimulation to manage brain disorders has a long and chequered history. Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) is the latest. It involves implanting electrodes, connected to a computerized pulse generator, deep into the structure of the brain....

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  • Accelerated Underwriting – Get on The Right Track

    By Keith Brown | Sep 20, 2017 | English

    Seeing the many different projects being pursued by direct companies is one of the most interesting aspects of working in reinsurance. Just recently I’ve noticed how many life carriers are going down the Accelerated Underwriting (AU) route. It’s not surprising:...

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  • Are Functional Neurological Symptoms the “Great Deceivers”?

    By Dr. Chris Ball | Sep 14, 2017 | English

    Neurological symptoms that lack an underlying structural abnormality cause significant distress and disability for those who experience them. Investigation and management consume large amounts of clinical resources. For insurers, neurological symptoms...

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