National Underwriter Property & Casualty-November 14, 2011

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  • The Comeback Kid: Buffer Liability

    Chad Hemenway

    The last time buffer liability insurance was in vogue, Ronald Reagan was in the White House. But now, the need for a buffer layer of excess coverage is emerging back into the structure of risk-sharing within the excess and umbrella insurance worlda sign that the market is transitioning from soft...

  • Agents Look to the Cloud for Flexibility, Cost Savings

    Michael P. Voelker

    As insurance companies and agencies search for solutions to address their business problems, looking to the cloud may be among the answers, according to such industry consultants as Bob Hirsch, a director at Deloitte Consulting.

  • Reinsurance’s Role

    Chad Hemenway

    The last time buffer liability insurance was in vogue, Ronald Reagan was in the White House. But now, the need for a buffer layer of excess coverage is emerging back into the structure of risk-sharing within the excess and umbrella insurance worlda sign that the market is transitioning from soft...

  • Three Major U.S. Insurers Report Third-Quarter Struggles

    Mark E. Ruquet, Chad Hemenway

    Three large U.S.-based property-and-casualty insurers were unable to post third-quarter profits, with The Hartford stating its net income was flat and American International Group (AIG) and Liberty Mutual Group both reporting net losses.

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