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  • 2014 Property & Casualty Insurance Industry Outlook
    On the surface the property and casualty sector appears to be doing quite well, but running an insurance carrier is rarely smooth sailing.
  • 2014 Life Insurance and Annuity Industry Outlook
    More life and annuity carriers are expected to break out of their historical operating molds over the next couple of years in order to make more efficient use of capital and to reach out to underserved consumer segments in innovative ways.
  • Gaining momentum
    The results of the Global IFRS Insurance Survey 2013 are now out, reporting on the responses of almost 300 insurers from across Western Europe, North America and Asia Pacific in relation to their preparation for the new IFRS accounting rules.
  • Insurance Tech Trends 2013
    This report examines the convergence and controlled collision of five forces – Analytics, Mobile, Social, Cloud, and Cyber – as businesses move closer to achieving the possibilities of the Postdigital Enterprise™. These forces offer new tools for business, opening the door to new rules for operations, performance, and competition.
  • Unlocking the Potential of Finance for Insurers
    In addition to its traditional responsibility of preserving value through reporting, controls, and risk management, the Finance function is increasingly expected to create value by developing and executing business strategy in such areas as profitability analytics, mergers and acquisitions, capital management, and integrated performance management.
  • 2013 Life Insurance & Annuity Industry Outlook: Considering new directions in a recovering economy
    This outlook explores 10 critical issues that senior executives from life insurance and annuity companies should take into account in 2013 and beyond.
  • 2013 Property & Casualty Insurance Industry Outlook: Poised for sustained growth, but challenges remain
    This outlook explores 10 critical issues that senior executives from property and casualty companies should take into account in 2013 and beyond.
  • Winning the waiting game?: Insurers’ preparations for the new IFRS accounting rules
    The proposed changes in IFRS 4 Phase II, IFRS 9 and the corresponding proposals in the U.S. are highly complex. Implementing them will require considerable time and expense. This international study analyses over 200 insurers’ attitudes towards, and preparations for, these new accounting rules.
  • 2012 Global Insurance Outlook
    To succeed in these difficult times, insurers will need to come up with creative strategies to generate growth, achieve operational excellence and drive innovation. While this might be easier said than done, opportunities are available for insurers that can seize the moment.
  • Internal Investigation Costs
    This article discusses potential gaps between an organization’s perceived level of “investigations coverage” and the amount actually provided by common insurance policies, and suggests how organizations may locate options that provide their desired level of protection.
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