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  • 2014 Property & Casualty insurance industry outlook
    Learn why innovation may be the ‘new normal’ for property and casualty insurers seeking long-term growth.
  • 2014 Life Insurance and Annuity industry outlook
    Discover why transformation is the most likely path to sustained long-term growth for life insurance and annuity carriers.
  • 2014 Insurance M&A outlook
    Deloitte examines the current state of global insurance industry M&A activity and the top issues facing companies in 2014.
  • Mobile financial services: Raising the bar on customer engagement
    How can financial services firms galvanize their efforts to increase mobile adoption, leverage mobile devices’ current capabilities, and proactively prepare for the future of mobile technologies? Read our Deloitte Center for Financial Services and Deloitte University Press study to learn more.
  • Overcoming speed bumps on the road to telematics
    Discover how insurance companies may benefit from usage-based insurance, while navigating potential potholes or speed bumps.
  • NAIC update: Spring 2014
    An overview of the Spring National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) quarterly meeting held in Orlando, Florida.
  • The potential for flood insurance privatization in the U.S.
    Flood insurance theoretically presents a tremendous growth opportunity for private carriers, but is it worth the risk?
  • Top 10 issues for insurance M&A in 2013
    A flurry of activity by insurance companies to rebuild internal M&A capabilities may herald an uptick in M&A during 2013 for the U.S. insurance industry.
  • Life insurers cast the net wider for growth
    Discover how life insurance and annuity carriers can generate growth by focusing on the underserved, underinsured Generation X market.
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