Best's Review. February 2021

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Título: Best's Review. February 2021
Notas: Número completoContiene: Why recruitment and retention are still difficult, and how we can overcome these challenges / Carly Burnham -- Insurance Europe warns of regulatory overreach / David Pilla - Ransomware attacks, biometric regulations challenge insurers / Elissa Doroff -- 2021 Liability forecast: COVID, cyber, opioids, sex abuse / Alan Rutkin -- World's Largest Insurers-2021 Edition: M&A, divestitures drive changes in AM Best's Rankings / David Pilla -- Upstarts dayforward and bestow seek to shake up the traditional life insurance sector / Terrence Dopp -- Ransomware blooming, sophistication growing as hackers get more brazen / Meg Green -- Hippo president: non-insurers like Amazon pushing into insurance Space / Renee Kiriluk-Hill - Professional development: Insurers work to build diverse and inclusive workplaces / Lori Chordas -- Insurers turn to apprenticeships to find diverse, next-gen workforce / Terrence Dopp -- Looking for a career? The insurance business offers a wealth of options for young professionals / Annie Buelow, Joseph Rosario -- Multiyear hikes on the horizon for marine protection and indemnity insurance market / Terrence Dopp -- States expected to face COVID-19 regulation and 2020 backlog in new year / Timothy Darragh -- AM Best: Higher rates drive nonstandard auto underwriting profitability / John Weber -- Munich Re: Insured 2020 natural catastrophe losses hit $82 billion on hurricanes, wildfires / David Pilla -- Insurance jobs hold steady during economic upheaval created by pandemic / Lori ChordasRegistros relacionados: En: Best's Review. - New Jersey : A.M. Best Company, 1976- = ISSN 1527-5914. - 01/02/2021 Volumen 122 Número 2 - febrero 2021 , 85 p.Materia / lugar / evento: Mercado de seguros Gestión del talento Riesgos medioambientales Empresas de seguros Riesgo tecnológico Seguro de ciberriesgos Reclamaciones Coberturas Ranking Seguro de vida Insurtech Ciberataques Desarrollo profesional Seguro marítimo COVID-19 Pandemias Catástrofes naturales Huracanes Talento Otras clasificaciones: 219
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