About two thirds of Allianz’s insurance products in Asia are sold through agents.
Why do insurers seem apprehensive about embracing the true value of InsurTech?
The debate over the use of medical marijuana as an alternative to opioid painkillers continues despite these recent political developments.
As part of its commitment to resiliency, Swiss Re has opened its own solar power plant and plans more in other locations.
What insurance agents, brokers and property owners need to know about U.S. parametric hurricane insurance.
Can the insurance industry support one more entrant into the 'insure-a-thing' category?
A federal district court in California has upheld an insurance company’s denial of its insured’s claim for the theft of his motor home, based in large part on his son’s cell phone records.
John Sarich with VUE Software offers perspective on a vexing innovation question facing insurance industry technology executives.
Claims pros are held to the same standards as defendants.
9/11 Tribute Museum opens new location in New York, thanks to sponsors including Zurich NA.
Car insurance premiums can skyrocket, but it all depends on the moving violation and where you live.
These technologies are leading the way in insurance industry disruption.
Technology news from TechCanary, Insuritas, Valen Analytics, ISO, DRC and more.
As companies optimize their supply chains using interconnected technology, the cyberrisk of disruption and lost business multiplies.
Macro-insurance is in its infancy and may take a long time to develop, but the concept is intriguing, and it appears that the industry is willing to begin to explore the potential.
Total aggregated economic losses in the U.S. from severe weather in May exceed $4 billion, while public and private insurers faced a combined payout approaching $3 billion.
Mid-size insurance and finance companies face the same cybersecurity threats as industry incumbents. But most of them have failed to sufficiently prepare for those threats. (Includes infographic)
NFIP reform should open the floodgates to fair competition for private market managing general agents.
The numbers are in. How did the insurance industry do?