The former Pennsylvania insurance commissioner has been working for Transamerica.
EY report highlights changes and challenges to come.
Nick Gerhart's family is expecting a fourth child, which is the reason given for his resignation effective Dec. 23.
Continued education isn't just nice to have. For many insurance professionals it's a requirement for their jobs or licenses. Here are some national organizations to...
Location intelligence allows insurance providers to access the necessary data to make critical business decisions before, during and after a hurricane hits.
Tornado outbreaks in the U.S. are an increasing concern for citizens of 'tornado alley' and the insurers and reinsurers who cover them.
Looking to recruit a few new employees for your insurance business? Talking with new graduates from these 12 schools may be a good place to...
Here are eight ways insurers, reinsurers and brokers can put cyber insurance on a more sustainable footing and take advantage of the opportunities for profitable...
The internet has forever changed the way people and businesses interact — except in the insurance industry.
The consequences of major cyber attack against the nation's electrical grids could be 'devastating,' veteran journalist tells audience at NAILBA 35.
Tuesday's magnitude-7.4 earthquake off the coast of Japan's Fukushima prefecture could hardly have come at a worse time for the nation's insurers.
U.S. insurers are the latest group of investors to start buying ETFs en masse, with one of the fastest adoption rates among institutions.
The earthquake that struck New Zealand this week could cost the insurance industry as much as $3.7 billion, according to catastrophe modeler AIR Worldwide.
Zurich raised its target for cost cuts and dropped plans to eliminate jobs as CEO Mario Greco overhauls Switzerland’s largest insurer.
Many property and casualty insurance companies have found a way to honor U.S. veterans throughout the year by becoming military-friendly employers.
Here are some thoughts about what a Trump presidency, coupled with a Republican Congress, could mean for the property and casualty insurance industry.
Voters may have replaced one Democratic insurance commissioner today and re-elected another.
Insurers already know they'll see new commissioners in Delaware, Montana and North Dakota.
Electricity has been restored to almost all of Cushing, about 70 miles northeast of Oklahoma City.
To recognize those leading the way, AirlineRatings.com released its annual list of the world's safest airlines. Of the 409 airlines it monitors, 20 stand out as the 'best of the best.'
Too small to fail? Think again.