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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.

  • 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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  • The Rise in Sugar Consumption in the U.S. – and the Obesity Equation

    By Jean-Marc Fix, FSA, MAAA | Jun 05, 2018 | English

    For years, sweets were marketed as innocuous treats for kids whose only drawback was cavities if you did not brush your teeth properly. A more nefarious role was alluded to much earlier: in the early 1900s, a British physician stationed in India, Sir...

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  • 3 Reminders for Good Claims Management

    By Tim Fletcher | May 22, 2018 | English

    A recent Florida case sounds like an ominous warning for carriers. The issue was whether or not a carrier’s insistence on protecting a lienholder on a $10,000 settlement check provided sufficient grounds for an $8 million bad faith award. For a Jacksonville,...

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  • Smokeless Fuels the Tobacco Debate

    By Ross Campbell | May 17, 2018 | English

    More than ever, people are shunning tobacco. In England, adult smoking prevalence fell to 15.5% in 2016. Although smoking is declining worldwide, it is on the rise in Eastern Mediterranean and African regions. Despite its dwindling popularity in many...

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