An improving economy and rising interest rates are helping bolster insurer bottom lines. But the industry still faces plenty of opportunities and threats in the year ahead, including economic, cultural, regulatory, and technological. We'll discuss: Growth prospects and potential speed bumps in property, casualty, life insurance, and annuities. New oversight hurdles emerging globally in market conduct, privacy, and cyber risk management. Options for reinventing product development, talent, and automation.
The insurance industry is in the midst of a massive transformation and digital strategies are at the heart of the change. How are agencies responding and how does that affect insurers? Watch this on-demand webinar to hear insurance industry expert Mark Breading, partner at Strategy Meets Action (SMA), share findings from SMA's latest survey on the changing agency distribution channel.
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The high cost of health care and the increasing decline in health insurance coverage are a concern for all people living in America. But for immigrants, who have extremely low rates of insurance coverage compared to U.S.-born populations, the situation is even more precarious. Low incomes, lack of insurance, concern over immigration enforcement, and other barriers pose serious threats to immigrant health. That, in turn, poses a risk to the broader public health.
After years of underwriting losses, commercial auto is ripe for improvement. Join Tamara Flinn for a deep dive into how commercial auto claims can be better managed by integrating automation and analytics into the process. You’ll discover a viable path to turning around the financial performance of this line of business.