National Underwriter Property & Casualty-November-01, 2010

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  • Moving Past Hope

    Susanne Sclafane

    The most memorable news story of last month for me was one that we didn't report on in National Underwriter--the rescue of 33 Chilean miners.

  • NAIC E&S Task Force Adopts 'Bare Bones' Tax Collection Plan

    Mark E. Ruquet

    The National Association of Insurance Commissioners will likely adopt a minimal plan to collect surplus lines insurance taxes without tackling the bigger issue of uniform regulation between the states after an association's task force vote last week.

  • School's Almost In At Target U, Offering Program Business Studies

    Laura Mazzuca Toops

    After two years of planning, the Target Market Program Administrators Association's virtual "Target University" will start offering its online coursework beginning in second-quarter 2011, with eight courses currently in the final testing stage.

  • TARP Watchdog Dubious Of Treasury's AIG Loss Calculations

    Arthur D. Postal

    The independent auditor of the Troubled Asset Relief Program is questioning the Treasury Department's arithmetic as it relates to the government's projected losses on its investment in American International Group.

  • AIG's Benmosche Fighting Cancer

    Staff Writer

    American International Group said that Robert H. Benmosche, its president and chief executive officer, has been diagnosed with cancer and is undergoing aggressive chemotherapy.

  • Why Do Customers Tune Out Insurers?

    Jon Picoult

    Is anyone listening? At one time or another, it's a question that crosses the mind of every businessperson, from C-suite executive to small business owner.

  • We're Not Banks, Insurers Tell G-20

    Arthur D. Postal

    Property and casualty insurers and reinsurers are mounting a full-court press in an effort to limit involvement by federal and international regulators on their business.

  • FDIC Resolution Rule Causes Concern

    Arthur D. Postal

    A regulatory lawyer raised concerns about a new proposed FDIC rule dealing with resolving troubled insurers that the federal agency believes constitute potential systemic risk to the financial system.

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