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BEST’S REVIEW
Comprehensive insurance news since 1899

Best's Review, the insurance industry's premier monthly news magazine, delivers insightful, award-winning coverage of compelling topics such as agent/broker, life, property/casualty, reinsurance/capital markets, technology and more.

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August 2016 Issue (view full issue)

Carbon Crusade

California's insurance commissioner calls coal a risky investment. Others see possible political motives and regulatory overreach.

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Highlights from this month's issue...

Perspectives

A Global Conversation About Reinsurance

Members of the insurance industry talk to A.M.BestTV about the evolving global reinsurance market and lessons in failure.

Spotlights

Industry Experts Discuss:

  • Captive Formations Accelerating in China
  • Transactional Risk Products
  • Specialty Reinsurers Seeking Profitable Niches

Issues & Answers

Captive Domiciles and Services

Captive professionals explain how to simplify setting up specialized insurance organizations.

Public-Private Partnerships

Clearing a Path to Development

Insurance industry partners with World Bank and United Nations on risk resilience initiative.

Reinsurance

The Theory Of Evolution

A soft, competitive market has reinsurers seeking new growth opportunities.

Conference Coverage

FinTech Takes Center Stage

Insurers and regulators see growing opportunities in financial technology, especially in Asia.

Legal: Directors & Officers

Making It Personal

California law now makes individuals potentially liable for violations of wage and hour laws.

Risk Management

Troubled Waters

Water scarcity is a growing risk for businesses around the globe requiring local solutions that focus on water stewardship and resource management.

Life Insurance

Wealth's Hidden Danger

In Asia, increasing wealth is leading to more chronic diseases, such as diabetes and cancer. Life insurers are seeking to respond to the challenge, says AIA's chief strategy and marketing officer.

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