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Best The Propertycasualty podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best The Propertycasualty podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Hosted by David Wright, a former actuary and Chief Insurance Officer of Altway, a technology-focused health insurance agency. Not Unreasonable brings you interviews covering management, analytics, sales and economics interpreted through David's insurance and reinsurance background. Subscribe in iTunes, stitcher, or by rss feed. Sign up for my newsletter here and also see us on youtube!
 
Objectivity matters. Today, more than ever. With no agenda, other than getting it right, Milliman’s Critical Point podcast takes a deep dive into subject matter that affects the health and well-being of people across the globe, from healthcare to retirement security, flood insurance to autonomous vehicles. Through a team of professionals ranging from actuaries to clinicians, technology specialists to economists, Critical Point examines the inherent challenges – and innovative solutions – tha ...
 
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Agents and brokers posted a record-setting start to 2020 in organic revenue growth. Even the second quarter should be decent. But the next four or five quarters Q3 will look different, says Harrison Brooks with Reagan Consulting. The pandemic will further the divide between well-run and weaker firms, he says, noting that 2020 will be “the big separ…
 
Agents and brokers posted a record-setting start to 2020 in organic revenue growth. Even the second quarter should be decent. But the next four or five quarters Q3 will look different, says Harrison Brooks with Reagan Consulting. The pandemic will further the divide between well-run and weaker firms, he says, noting that 2020 will be “the big separ…
 
My guest for this episode is Mary Hirschfeld, Associate Professor of Economics & Theology at Villanova University. Mary has a PhD in Economics from Harvard University and a PhD in Theology from Notre Dame. Her book, Aquinas and the Market: Toward a Humane Economy, is the book we as a society need someone with that background to write. We talk about…
 
In this video, the Insurance Journal Academy team takes some time to talk about what they learned from the panel on the recent webinar: Conversation on Municipal and Law Enforcement Liability Issues. Watch as Patrick and George offer some thoughts post discussion which we hope will encourage you to check it out for yourself! Not yet a member of the…
 
Some of those who are getting into cannabis may have experience buying insurance, but considering cannabis has been legal for less than a decade, this is a whole new world for most people. We thought it would be interesting to take a look inside the cannabis insurance buying process, but through the viewpoint of those who sell insurance. It turns o…
 
Some of those who are getting into cannabis may have experience buying insurance, but considering cannabis has been legal for less than a decade, this is a whole new world for most people. We thought it would be interesting to take a look inside the cannabis insurance buying process, but through the viewpoint of those who sell insurance. It turns o…
 
Small businessowners are picking their way through the pandemic. It’s a “massive reset” involving not just restarting businesses, but starting new firms, says Jay Bregman, founder and CEO of insurtech Thimble. And, how those owners view the insurance product could change permanently, he says on this recording. Thimble gives modern workers the flexi…
 
Small businessowners are picking their way through the pandemic. It’s a “massive reset” involving not just restarting businesses, but starting new firms, says Jay Bregman, founder and CEO of insurtech Thimble. And, how those owners view the insurance product could change permanently, he says on this recording. Thimble gives modern workers the flexi…
 
You might be surprised how many cannabis companies have exclusions in their policies that leave these businesses far more exposed than they realize. It this because business owners and insurance buyers in the budding cannabis industry aren’t yet sophisticated enough to know what they’re getting? It is newb brokers who aren’t sufficiently familiar w…
 
You might be surprised how many cannabis companies have exclusions in their policies that leave these businesses far more exposed than they realize. It this because business owners and insurance buyers in the budding cannabis industry aren’t yet sophisticated enough to know what they’re getting? It is newb brokers who aren’t sufficiently familiar w…
 
Here’s an appalling statistic: All-female founders of startups received just 2.8% of all venture capital investment in the U.S. in 2019. And our podcast guest Jennifer Byrne is intent on improving this situation. She’s co-founder and CEO of Quesnay, which helps accelerate entrepreneurs and innovation partnerships in financial services and insurance…
 
Ken Brandt is the co-President of Global Underwriting at Trans Re and in this episode, recorded on June 3, 2020, we're talking COVID-19. In this episode we cover: What are good and bad outcomes for the (re)insurance market, (they're surprisingly similar!) How the insurance industry might get commandeered by the government to satisfy social aims Ken…
 
Artificial intelligence (AI) along with low-dose CT scans hold promise for the early detection of lung cancer, but there are challenges that come with scaling up this new technology. In this episode of Critical Point, Milliman’s Bruce Pyenson is joined by Jim Mulshine, a thoracic medical oncologist who spent 25 years at the National Cancer Institut…
 
Behind the scenes of the Insurance Journal Directories and MyNewMarkets.com is one of the coolest people you’ll ever meet. Kristine Honey is the star of this edition of iJam. You’ll hear about some of the strangest market requests and chats she’s had. You’ll also hear: About her irrational fear of cotton balls, why she’s received flowers and chocol…
 
Behind the scenes of the Insurance Journal Directories and MyNewMarkets.com is one of the coolest people you’ll ever meet. Kristine Honey is the star of this edition of iJam. You’ll hear about some of the strangest market requests and chats she’s had. You’ll also hear: About her irrational fear of cotton balls, why she’s received flowers and chocol…
 
Cannabidiol (CBD), a chemical compound from the Cannabid sativa plant, may be less potent than its stony cannabis cousin THC, however CBD might be the far riskier relative. Nearly a dozen major CBD-related class action lawsuits, as well as a handful of legal and regulatory actions against some CBD companies, are pending. All of this bears watching …
 
Cannabidiol (CBD), a chemical compound from the Cannabid sativa plant, may be less potent than its stony cannabis cousin THC, however CBD might be the far riskier relative. Nearly a dozen major CBD-related class action lawsuits, as well as a handful of legal and regulatory actions against some CBD companies, are pending. All of this bears watching …
 
You’ll get vintage, unfettered Doug Johnston in this recording as he retires after six decades in the insurance and technology business, almost exclusively at Applied Systems, the agency management system provider. Doug got interested in the industry when his father, an independent agent, took him to work one day and also showed him the computer ro…
 
You’ll get vintage, unfettered Doug Johnston in this recording as he retires after six decades in the insurance and technology business, almost exclusively at Applied Systems, the agency management system provider. Doug got interested in the industry when his father, an independent agent, took him to work one day and also showed him the computer ro…
 
We’re all finding out the hard way about the personal and economic perils that a global pandemic can bring. But things will eventually get better, and that’s not just wishful thinking. They always do. In this inaugural episode of the Insuring Cannabis Podcast, we ask experts how the cannabis industry will look after the COVID-19 crisis wanes. As it…
 
We’re all finding out the hard way about the personal and economic perils that a global pandemic can bring. But things will eventually get better, and that’s not just wishful thinking. They always do. In this inaugural episode of the Insuring Cannabis Podcast, we ask experts how the cannabis industry will look after the COVID-19 crisis wanes. As it…
 
The CARES Act – which stands for the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act – has sweeping implications for both defined benefit (DB) and defined contribution (DC) retirement plans in the U.S. From distribution and loan relief for qualified individuals on the DC side, to deferral and election options for single-employer plans on the DB …
 
What does classic rock music have to do with COVID-19 and business interruption coverage? Nothing, actually. But that never stops insurance policy guru and When Words Collide policy author Bill Wilson from mixing up a little right/left brain conversation. A long-time educator and founder of Big “I” Virtual University, Bill is a staunch believer in …
 
What does classic rock music have to do with COVID-19 and business interruption coverage? Nothing, actually. But that never stops insurance policy guru and When Words Collide policy author Bill Wilson from mixing up a little right/left brain conversation. A long-time educator and founder of Big “I” Virtual University, Bill is a staunch believer in …
 
Social distancing measures have created new challenges for insurers, who are faced with an already active severe convective storm season and a forecasted normal hurricane season just ahead. CoreLogic Insurance Solutions Executive Mikhail Palatnik discusses how insurers can use technology and value-added services to keep their businesses running str…
 
Black lung disease presents a significant, long-term liability exposure for coal companies, risk pools, and governments – a liability complicated by climate change and its effects on the industry. After the number of reported cases declined in the late 1990s, a recent CDC report indicates that trend has reversed and that cases of black lung in mine…
 
At the heart of effective risk management is the ability to manage tail events, and the COVID-19 pandemic is raising some quite profound questions for risk practitioners in the life insurance industry. On this episode of Critical Point, Milliman consultants Anthony Dardis, Ariel Weiss, and Chloe Lau discuss enterprise risk management and emerging i…
 
Here’s an inside look at how an insuretech can pivot. Montreal-based “Breathe Life” originally thought it would muscle into the insurance industry and work directly with consumers. But it moved away from aiming to disrupt agents and carriers. In this enlightening installment, Ian Jeffrey, founder and CEO, says Breathe Life began to see success with…
 
Here’s an inside look at how an insuretech can pivot. Montreal-based “Breathe Life” originally thought it would muscle into the insurance industry and work directly with consumers. But it moved away from aiming to disrupt agents and carriers. In this enlightening installment, Ian Jeffrey, founder and CEO, says Breathe Life began to see success with…
 
Georgia Insurance Commissioner John F. King has been on the front line during times of crisis for the United States for most of his career. A former Georgia police chief and current Major General in the U.S. Army National Guard, King has plenty of experience in emergency management, handling everything from natural catastrophes to top military oper…
 
Georgia Insurance Commissioner John F. King has been on the front line during times of crisis for the United States for most of his career. A former Georgia police chief and current Major General in the U.S. Army National Guard, King has plenty of experience in emergency management, handling everything from natural catastrophes to top military oper…
 
Over the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation’s 25+ year history, it has awarded $36 Million in grants, and has facilitated over 330,000 hours of volunteer service.IICF’s Western Division Executive Director Melissa-Anne Duncan speaks with Julie Tinney about how the foundation is addressing the industrywide COVID-19 Crisis, and how the insurance…
 
Over the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation’s 25+ year history, it has awarded $36 Million in grants, and has facilitated over 330,000 hours of volunteer service.IICF’s Western Division Executive Director Melissa-Anne Duncan speaks with Julie Tinney about how the foundation is addressing the industrywide COVID-19 Crisis, and how the insurance…
 
Episode 308: Chuck talks with Dr. Bob Hartwig for an in-depth discussion about the industry's economic outlook amid the coronavirus pandemic. Plus, Congress backs the insurance industry. The timely letter sent to President Trump defending protections from retroactive business interruption coverage mandates.…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic will have far-reaching implications for both short- and long-term healthcare costs in the U.S., as Milliman consultants Pamela Pelizzari, Stoddard Davenport, Doug Norris, and Matt Kramer discuss on this episode of Critical Point. For the past month, Milliman consultants have been building actuarial models to better understand …
 
What do millennial consumers want from their insurance providers? Liberty Mutual and Safeco surveyed several thousand of them to find out. Some results are surprising – and a lot of good news for independent agents, especially those communicating in some new ways, says Tyler Asher, president of IA distribution and service at the two carriers. This …
 
What do millennial consumers want from their insurance providers? Liberty Mutual and Safeco surveyed several thousand of them to find out. Some results are surprising – and a lot of good news for independent agents, especially those communicating in some new ways, says Tyler Asher, president of IA distribution and service at the two carriers. This …
 
Insurance Journal’s Elizabeth Blosfield recently spoke with Lisa Lindsay, executive director of Private Risk Management Association, and Darren McGraw, president of Mechelsen Private Client, about the rise in cyber crime in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. During this vodcast, Lindsay and McGraw discuss how businesses can prepare and respond t…
 
Episode 307: Pandemic 2020. As social distancing orders are extended to protect the nation's health, legislators now look for a solution to stave off the effects of an economic downturn. Chuck talks with NAMIC's AVP of Corporate Affairs and Associate General Counsel Geoff Baker about the most important compliance trends to be aware of during the co…
 
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