Carrier Management published its second-quarter magazine on Tuesday, May 25, “Fairness in Insurance,” in print and digital format.
This edition shines a light on InsurTechs that have the concept of fairness in insurance underwriting and pricing at the heart of their business models.
Already popular highlights of the edition include articles titled “Creating the USAA for the Gig Economy: Buckle CEO,” “Is Loop the Future of Automobile Insurance?” and “An Alternative View: Crediting Credit Scores.”
In addition, fairness in hiring is the subject of two articles aimed at company leaders and managers: “Prioritizing Potential to Build Future-Focused Teams” and “How to Optimize Your Investment in Human Capital.”
Features on financial trends and operations include insights on carrier loss reserve adequacy and how those reserve positions will impact the pricing cycle, the prospect of inflation in 2021, the emergence of embedded insurance, as well as advice for InsurTechs and specialty firms about choosing an operational structure (MGA or carrier) and knowing when to take a growth pause.
Regular contributors from InsurTech Praedicat offer their take on the question of whether antibiotics will be the next emerging liability insurance problem of a similar scale to tobacco or opioids.
If you didn’t receive a digital copy of the magazine in your email inbox, all the articles are now available to view on the magazine page of our website.
If you’re not already a subscriber, be sure to download the full PDF on the left-hand side of the page to view all the content in the current magazine. To be able to read and share individual articles more easily, consider becoming a Carrier Management member to unlock everything.
Carrier Management will publish its four quarterly magazines this year in both glossy print and digital formats, with the freshly printed pages of the third-quarter 2021 magazine mailing in late August for those readers who still cherish the tangible experience of leafing through articles and poring over printed words away from the glare of electronic devices.
We’re also publishing a “Midyear Update” digital-only edition in mid-June.