The Asian market is no place for business gunslingers. Contemplative Zen gardeners reap far more financial success in the Far East.
Inside the world financial meltdown and other insurance tales no one will ever believe.
By failing to bring all the states together on the surplus lines issue, the NAIC could be dropping the uniformity ball once again.
The NAIC’s indecisive dance on surplus lines again delays states from acting.
Will Republicans and Democrats learn to get along again?
We face extreme global risks that cannot be addressed by existing institutions or governments. An international, global plan of action is required.
New catastrophe models give cover for carriers to raise rates on increased expected losses.
Ask these five questions of new prospects to learn what they really want.
Involve more employees in the good work that your firm does in support of others.
Smartphones take aim at credit cards.
I’m fortunate not to be burdened with a long history with insurance. I’m not in a position where I answer the question before I’ve even heard it.