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February 2002

Global Reinsurance

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  • Claiming a higher intelligence

    1 February 2002

    Ross Gow suggests the reinsurance industry can better use technology to improve its claims handling.

  • Cost of voices-off

    1 February 2002

    George Tipper explains VOIP, one of the latest technologies to hit the business sector.

  • E-business meets fac

    1 February 2002

    J├╝rgen Petzold, Benita Bierstedt and Johannes Hirata consider the benefits technology can lend to facultative business.

  • Forward filing

    1 February 2002

    Riskclick aims to provide a seamless solution to document management in the insurance sector.

  • Front runner

    1 February 2002

  • Future not guaranteed

    1 February 2002

    Michael Laporta, Owen Ryan and Chris Gentle see polarisation, optimisation and innovation as the key factors for the success of re/insurers into the future.

  • Hard as nails?

    1 February 2002

    `Cover Armageddon' failed to materialise at the latest renewals, but the season was, nevertheless, a rocky ride.


    1 February 2002

    The Reinsurance Association of America has recently published its latest biennial study on historical loss cost developments in certain liability classes in the US.

  • Insurance accounting - where next?

    1 February 2002

    Hitesh Patel outlines the proposed reforms of accounting methods for re/insurers.

  • Is there a new front runner?

    1 February 2002

  • Markets in the making

    1 February 2002

    Valerie Denney casts her eye over global developments.

  • Meeting point

    1 February 2002

    Jim Moran gives a few hints on maximising the opportunities offered by attending `rendez-vous' gatherings.

  • Seeking A New Way

    1 February 2002

    Phil Zinkewicz assesses whether the current changes in the reinsurance market are pushing buyers towards alternative forms of risk capital, particularly for terrorism cover.

  • Supermarket

    1 February 2002

    Sandy Weill's decision to oust Travelers P-C operations from financial services conglomerate Citigroup was an initially stunning decision. Ronald Gift Mullins considers the factors behind the sell-off.

  • The internet makes life insurance markets more competitive

    1 February 2002

    Jeffrey R. Brown and Austan Goolsbee assess the impact internet use has had on term life insurance prices in the US, in the winning paper for the e-commerce section of the Lumina Awards.

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