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AM Best Webinars
State of Caribbean Markets, MGAs and Insurtech

An AM Best webinar reviews the insurance markets in the Caribbean region. Also, managing general agents and program administrators are using technology in their operations.
  • July 2019
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On Demand

State of the Caribbean
Insurance Markets

AM Best analysts review the insurance markets in the Caribbean region, including property/casualty, life and health sectors. (Now available.)

How MGAs Are Leveraging
Insurtech to Transform
Operations and Drive Business

A panel of insurance and technology professionals will examine the ways in which managing general agents and program administrators are leveraging technology to transform operations, respond to emerging risks, capitalize on market opportunities, develop innovative offerings, and reach new customers. Sponsored by Xceedance. (Now available.)

How Contributory Databases
Are Driving Insurance Insight

A panel of insurance and technology experts will discuss the value of participating in a contributory database to gain critical and unique insights across the market and the policy lifecycle. (Now available.)

Streaming Live

Heads Up: How Drones, Satellites
and Aerial Data-Gathering
Are Remaking Insurance Claims

Aerial and satellite imagery technology, including remote sensing and 3D imaging, is improving speed and accuracy of property claims. These advances also raise issues around privacy, accuracy and compliance. A panel of claims and legal experts examines how aerial and satellite imaging is changing processes and opening new vistas for insurers. Hosted by Best’s Insurance Professionals & Claims Resources.

Tuesday, July 16, 2 p.m. ET

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A table that appeared on page 71 of the June 2019 edition of Best’s Review and in a Best’s Commentary originally published April 2, 2019, titled “Companies with Greatest Property Cat Exposure to Midwest Floods,” incorrectly listed companies as having flood exposure. Residential flood coverage is excluded from standard homeowners policies, so most of these insurers do not have significant exposure to the flood peril.

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