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Political Change in Mexico. Digital Marketing Strategies. Captives.
A.M. Best TV speaks with Alfonso Novelo, director of analytics, and Eli Sanchez, senior financial analyst, A.M. Best, about the change in administrations in Mexico. A.M. Best Radio speaks with Bob Hartwig of the University of South Carolina.
- September 2018
A.M. Best Analysts: Political Change in Mexico Could Create Opportunities for Insurers
Alfonso Novelo, director of analytics, and Eli Sanchez, senior financial analyst, A.M. Best, said the change in administrations in Mexico could affect the environment for health and agricultural insurance, among other areas. (July 31, 2018)
Account-Based Focus, Digital Strategies Remaking Insurance Marketing
Marketers at the Insurance Marketing and Communications Association's conference in Atlanta said their challenge is to keep up with fast-changing technologies, competition, branding and aligning their work with other internal departments. (July 25, 2018)
NAIIA's Csom: New Initiatives Will Focus on Tech and Young Talent
Sheri Csom, the new executive director for the National Association of Independent Insurance Adjusters, said the organization is pursuing an organized strategy focused on technology and new recruits. Csom is succeeding Executive Director Brenda Reisinger, who also was interviewed at the group's 81st annual conference, held in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. (July 30, 2018)
NJ Aims for Growth in Captive Insurance Sector
Insurers, experts and regulators meeting with the Captive Insurance Group of New Jersey say the state remains a smaller market, but is showing continued growth. (July 11, 2018)
Steel City Re's Gerken: Corporate Reputation Can Be Measured, Underwritten
Peter Gerken, senior vice president, Steel City Re, a managing general agency, said the firm monitors reputational issues for thousands of public firms and determines whether companies face risks tor reputation and how those risks can be managed. (July 11, 2018)
University of South Carolina's Hartwig: Economy Plays to Inland Marine's Strengths
Bob Hartwig, of the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina, said the U.S. economy is currently booming in areas such as commercial transportation and construction.
Travelers' Cornell: Cargo Thieves Becoming More Clever, Tech-Savvy
Scott Cornell, transportation business lead and crime and theft specialist, Travelers Cos., said commercial thieves have become more sophisticated about using information and technology to defraud organizations of their cargo.
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