A message from Director of Corporate Communications, Joe Harrington
The “constructed” part of some very large construction projects can sometimes be a relatively small part of a
This is the latest in a series of profiles from property/casualty executives who serve on the AAIS Board of Directors.
At some European banks, you can get paid to borrow money. That’s the result of negative interest rate policies
implemented in 2014 by central banks of the European Community, Denmark, Sweden, and Switzerland.
For all the recent advances in gathering, organizing, and analyzing data, insurance statistical data still
provides an indispensable foundation for insurance products. Most property/casualty insurers simply
couldn’t operate without loss costs derived from repositories of data reported by participating carriers.
It’s not often that a ruling by an Australian state court will cause a stir in U.S. legal circles. But, a July 2015 ruling by the supreme court of New South Wales has renewed concerns that U.S. insurers may face claims for bodily injury identified as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
This is the latest in a series of columns by AAIS staff members that will appear regularly in Viewpoint magazine.