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HALEY MARTENSEN | August 20, 2018
Over 50 Million people worldwide have chosen Aflac because of our commitment to providing customers with the confidence that comes from knowing they have assistance in being prepared for whatever life may bring.
Article | March 25, 2020
Coronavirus has caused 9 deaths in India so far, with confirmed cases to touch the 600 mark soon. As numbers increase rapidly, how can health and life insurance policies come to your aid if you or your family member is tested covid-19 positive? Earlier this month, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (Irdai) had issued guidelines for health insurers asking to expedite coronavirus related claim settlement in the case of hospitalisation.
Article | March 18, 2020
The insurance industry continues to be an enabler of innovation. Since its creation three centuries ago, it has become an essential part of the global economy — providing security and resilience to businesses and individuals alike. But the fundamentals of how it operates have barely changed. As we enter a new decade, the industry must reflect the reality of the needs of today’s businesses and society. Large commercial insurers and reinsurers, in particular, have an increasingly urgent imperative to realign their organizations and modify their offerings to include stronger preventive services against new and evolving threats, including climate change and cyber risk. There is a huge opportunity. Our latest NextWave Insurance report reveals that, should the industry act now, an unprecedented growth and profitability spike is within reach. By 2030, we project that large commercial insurers and reinsurers could experience:
Spring cleaning can be more than clearing out some clutter in your home. There are numerous ways you can sort through and organize different aspects of your life. A commonly overlooked area of spring cleaning is your business insurance policies. It’s important to reevaluate your insurance coverage periodically. Things can change, and before you know it, your small business can change. Take some time to spring clean your business to help ensure future success.
Article | April 17, 2020
Kennedy's Elizabeth Bardsley discusses the risks brokers need to be aware of as more and more professionals work from home as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. As the insurance industry continues to grapple with the Covid-19 pandemic, many have begun to give thought to what lasting changes will stay with us once the crisis has passed. For example, attitudes towards flexible working are expected to permanently change as more and more professionals work from home. And in a similar vein, we are likely to see a significant impact on the popularity of cyber and digital liability policies.
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