FEMA’s New Approach to Flood Risk Will Make Insurance Program Fairer

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) last week unveiled details of Risk Rating 2.0 – its plan to modernize the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) to make it fairer and more sustainable. The changes measuring flood danger differently – gauging properties’ specific risks and replacement costs, rather than simply whether they sit in a FEMA-designated “flood zone.” […]

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Head of Transactional Risk

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Negotiable: Idex Consulting Ltd: We have been retained by a global broking house to identify an individual to lead the firms M&A insurance practice which includes W&I, tax and conti London Source link […]

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Innovating in insurance – high-tech meets reputational risk

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The role of technology in insurance has expanded exponentially as insurers apply it in areas like claims, operations and customer liaison. Until recently, however, few had used it to help clients deal proactively with reputational risk. As we’ll see, the winner of our February award for innovation in insurance – the UK’s Beazley Group –… […]

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Lead Catastrophe Risk Modelling Consultant

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£120000 – £150000 per annum + + benefits package : MW Appointments: Lead Catastrophe Risk Modelling Consultant Type : Permanent Salary : to £150,000 + excellent package Work with clients to help them understand, mitigate and capitalise on risk. City of London Source link […]

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Risk Consultant

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salary to £50,000 + car + excellent benefits: Kempster Bowers & Co: Risk Consultant, leading global insurer-home based, autonomous role. Property surveying experience essential. Salary to £50K with excellent benefits Home Based- Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester or Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Source link […]

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Nevada Class Actions Against Auto Insurers Risk Hurting Policyholders

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Class action lawsuits filed in Nevada last month against 10 auto insurers are more likely to hurt policyholders than help them. The suits contend that discounts, rebates, and policyholder dividends provided in 2020 – amounting to about $14 billion nationally – were not “meaningful” and that the rates charged violate state law against excessive premiums. […]

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Catastrophe Risk Modeller – to £120,000

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£70000 – £120000 per annum + + benefits: MW Appointments: Catastrophe Risk Modeller – £70,000 to £120,000 Options for flexible office/home working available. Develop your expertise and achieve your career aspirations with an innovative, market leading global (re)insurance broker. City of London Source link […]

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