Steve Simchak, AIA’s Director of International Affairs, explains why trade is important for insurers and how recent negotiations could help with market access.
AIA’s report is intended to be a resource on property-casualty insurers' vital role in the economy, and the carefully calibrated link between the U.S. tax code and outcomes for property casualty policyholders.
Firmly established as a highlight of the re/insurance industry calendar, the Reactions’ flagship North America Conference is a gathering of some of the leading experts and innovators in the market.
AIA is monitoring the enormous amount of analysis of the impact of Brexit on insurers and posting what we feel are the most informative “must reads” for those in the U.S. insurance industry tracking Brexit developments.
With the 2016 Election on the horizon, AIA’s Get Out The Vote features candidate information, voter registration information, links to federal and state officials’ websites and a polling place locator. We hope you’ll use these tools as you prepare to vote on Election Day, Tuesday, November 4th.
W.R. Berkley CEO William R. Berkley speaks with Best’s Review on industry changes that took place from 1985 – 2015. ...
Zurich North America examines what can be learned from the Columbia and Charleston floods 2015?...
Treasury’s Federal Insurance Office releases report on the overall effectiveness of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program...
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AIA's September 27, 2016 edition of First Read is out! https://t.co/sxvT51o3aY #insurance #finance
AIA's Bruce Wood explains: Iowa's Second Injury Fund spreads losses to offset costs to injured workers https://t.co/aPZ7ly4UbA
AIA's Ron Jackson in @WorkCompCentral: FL lawsuit targeting the NCCI is a "meritless distraction" https://t.co/bDs3xN7M1B
In light of IID assessment, AIA's Bruce Wood explains the mechanics of Iowa's Second Injury Fund https://t.co/aPZ7ly4UbA