Risk Management


NICB Reports Drop in Number of Car Thefts

By Jennifer Morrell

The Hot Wheels: America’s 10 Most Stolen Vehicles report reveals a 50-50 split between domestic and imported cars.

Connected Homes Creating Opportunities for P&C Insurers

By Chris McMahon

As more consumer and household goods are equipped with connected sensors, opportunities for risk mitigation and pricing are on the rise.

Missouri Employers Mutual Selects Risk Control Technologies

By Jennifer Morrell

MEM also worked with Risk Control Technologies to integrate Guidewire PolicyCenter and ClaimCenter data into the loss prevention system.

Guy Carpenter Releases MetaRisk 7.3

By Jennifer Morrell

The latest version of the firm’s risk and capital management decision-making application is designed to enable insurers to better understand the drivers of risk, assess options and deploy capital efficiently.

Updated: 11 Novarica Impact Award Finalists

AIG, Amica, Legal & General and 8 other insurers among the finalists for the awards honoring best practices in insurance industry IT initiatives and strategy.

Next Big Internet of Things

By Chris McMahon

Cheap connected sensors soon could disrupt insurance product creation, distribution, services, pricing, data and analytics and business metrics, according to SMA.

The Barnstable Selects ISCS Suite

By Jennifer Morrell

Cloud deployment can improve risk management for The Barnstable policyholders, company says.

Underwriters Share Tech Pain Points

By INN Editorial Staff

Many industry reports say carriers are investing in underwriting technology, but will all of these investments benefit underwriters?

2014 Ward's 50 Life/Health Insurers Announced

By Chris McMahon

Financial returns continued to improve; Ward's 50 companies, which include Aetna, Great American Life, Liberty National Life and others, produced a 21.8-percent statutory return on average equity from 2009 to 2013.

Liberty Mutual Enters Reinsurance Agreement With National Indemnity

By Jennifer Morrell

The agreement covers Liberty Mutual Insurance’s potentially volatile U.S. asbestos and environmental liabilities, as well as commercial insurance’s workers’ compensation liabilities.

Terrorism Insurance Extension for Business Passed by Senate

By Cheyenne Hopkins and Kathleen Hunter

The bill, passed 93-4 today in Washington, now goes to the House, where Republican leaders propose cutting back the reimbursement for attacks involving conventional weapons.

AIR Releases Touchstone 2.0

By Jennifer Morrell

New functionality includes non-catastrophe risk analysis and an underwriting mode.

American National Selects Wolters Kluwer Application

By Jennifer Morrell

The insurer will use ARC Logics’ regulatory change management, risk assessment and Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance functions.

Dryden Mutual Rolls Out ISCS's SurePower Innovation

By Jay Blickstein

Property and liability insurer replaces an outdated legacy policy, claims and billing management system.

New York HIX Insurers Seek Double-Digit Premium Increases

By Gillian Roberts

The rate increase proposals from the six most popular insurance plans on the New York state health insurance exchange represent only what the insurers would like to see, and state officials can still mandate insurers accept lower premiums than those requested.


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