Legacy Insurance M&A Can Deliver Real Value: How and When to Participate

The market for legacy and noncore insurance disposals is showing signs of renewed life, and companies reassessing their operations can successfully participate if they understand and carefully manage the sales process. Read more.


The Impact of Technology on Insurance Risk Analytics: A Q&A With Towers Watson's Joel Fox and Mark Beardall

Insurers can now do things that recently were impractical, if not impossible. Read more.


Insurers Face New Challenges With the U.S. Affordable Care Act: Business Models Need to Adapt to the Rush of Change

Sweeping health care reforms are emerging as changes to America's health care system take hold, making it imperative for both employers and insurers to assess, strategize and take action to flourish in this new environment. Read more.


Digitization Enriches Traditional Insurance Sales Processes: Profitable Growth Can Flourish

Digitization of traditional, nondirect distribution channels requires sales support, granular data, reliable models and suitable IT systems that deliver point-of-sale model predictions. When achieved, it can ensure profitable growth, agent and broker income, and customer satisfaction. Read more.


Optimize Growth and Respect Enterprise Risk Tolerance: One P&C Insurer's Quest

An effective link of enterprise risk tolerances to risk limits implemented at the management level, and appropriate risk budgets ensure the full integration of the risk appetite framework into a company's daily operations. Read more.


Can Cyber-Insurance Coverage Keep Apace With Cyber-Exposure? Cyberterrorism Shines Light on the Question

As cyber-risks evolve and cyberterrorism looms, insurers need to innovate to allay concerns around adequacy and utility of coverage in the event of a cyber-attack. Read more.