New U.S. Chamber of Commerce report toots horn for all the good the industry does as a primary investor accounting for one-fifth of the corporate and municipal bond markets.
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If companies do not join the wave of change, they risk being left behind to witness more agile entities reap the rewards on the digital age.
February’s awareness campaign is an industry-wide initiative to highlight the wide variety of career paths in risk management and insurance, as well as support efforts to recruit the next generation of insurance professionals.
Insurance Information Institute creates content to promote insurance as an ideal career destination for students and young professionals.
The R Street Institute releases seventh annual Insurance Regulation Report Card, an annual examination of which states best regulate the business of insurance.
Hippo Co-founder and CEO Assaf Wand on how modernization can lead to increased efficiency, better customer experiences and significant savings.
National Association of Professional Insurance Agents tabs Wisconsin-based P&C, commercial carrier focused on independent agents with its top honor.
Annual J.D. Power study finds home insurance customer satisfaction reaches record high as customers embrace bundled policies and digital communications channels.
The joke’s on fine arts grads, who have the “least valuable” college degree while actuarial science was tops among 162 degrees, according to a new study from Bankrate.
Latest J.D. Power Pulse Survey on insurtech trends reveals 1 in 5 American consumers (and a much higher percentage of Millennials) would switch to a policy offered by a tech giant should they enter the market; 34% of consumers (57% of Millennials) would likely switch to a home insurer offering smart home technology loss and protection options.
New study finds 97% of U.S. insurance companies use credit-based insurance scores to determine auto premiums in all but three states. Michigan has highest disparity while North Carolina has the smallest increase for people with poor credit.