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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.

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    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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  • Future-Proofing the Workers’ Comp Sector

    By Bill Lentz | Jul 18, 2018 | English

    The Workers’ Compensation industry had another positive year in 2017, posting solid financials and consistent underwriting gains. In fact, the sector has recorded improving results for the last seven years. Key indicators trending favorably include positive...

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  • Healthy Food and Exercise Can Reduce Our Risk of Cancer

    By Ross Campbell | Jul 03, 2018 | English

    We are increasingly encouraged to be healthy. Government advice, advertising, peer pressure, and social and media messages all promote its benefits: Good health follows if we avoid sugar, quit smoking and eat less processed meat in favour of vegetables....

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