Focusing on the reasons behind decision-making has prompted some insurers to question whether certain judgments affect underwriting decisions in a negative way. Morris “Mo” Tooker, head of Middle Market for The Hartford, has examined how emotions can subconsciously lead underwriters to judgments that they might not have made if they relied strictly on data and computer models....
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