Insights for the Insurance Professional
Learn the key solutions to help minimize Corporate Risk of Executive talent.
Learn how to improve your client experience and get policies signed faster.
It’s expensive to lie to your insurer
Don’t wait for an ethics dilemma to decide your actions
Reflect on why you work in a service industry
Stop worrying and explore digital ways to store information
Learn strategies to avoid these common scenarios
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Insurance agents have known all along that business is driven by relationships and word of mouth. The advent of social media hasn’t changed this, simply made it easier to forge the relationships and access the information.
In the 18 months since Congress passed the Nonadmitted and Reinsurance Reform Act (NRRA), the NAPSLO Board, Legislative Committee and staff have been hard at work, with the help of stamping offices and state associations, advocating for the law’s proper implementation.
Insurance commissioners in New York, California and Washington State will require that insurance companies disclose their responses to the risks their insureds face from increasingly severe storms and wildfires, rising sea levels and other consequences of climate change.
Analyzing sentiment can be used to measure success and your agency’s reputation, research and to compare your agency against a competitor.
Disabled individuals pay $600 more annually, on average, for car insurance than non-disabled individuals, according to a new study by the quote comparison website 4AutoInsuranceQuote.org.
Property-casualty mergers are expected to drastically increase in the coming years, according to a recent survey of North American P&C insurance CFOs by Towers Watson.
Millennials value the opinions of friends and family less than previous generations when buying, rather preferring to consult user-generated content.
Small business owners are hurt by the economy and looking for banks to lend more.
Learn to whom agents owe fiduciary duty and its complications
From property use to market values, second homes present coverage challenges
When Congress is clear, bureaucrats shouldn’t second-guess it
A lot has been written about reinsurance recently in the wake of several natural catastrophes. Here's a look at five ways reinsurance is funded.
Waves of DDoS attacks shut down swatches of the internet on Friday, prompting the need for the insurance industry to issue standard cyber liability coverage forms.