UK Space Travel Insurer Sees No Spike in Queries After Virgin Crash
A UK insurer that recently began offering life coverage for would-be space tourists said it has seen no increase in interest in the policy following the fatal crash of a Virgi ... Read More » Galactic test space ship last month.
The policy, sold by Pembroke Managing Agency, pays up to $5 million per traveler or $20 million per suborbital space flight, parent Ironshore International said in announcing the policy in June.
Expected Event - Unexpected Consequences
Kevin Kelley discusses - Superstorm Sandy shows how the influence of uncertainty can create incalculable consequences.
Insurance Business America Showcases Elite Women In Insurance
Insurance Business America showcases notable female leaders who are shattering molds, stereotypes and the industry's longstanding glass ceiling.
Agribusiness Segment Stable, Yet Selective
Crop insurance and farm bill debates have dominated the news headlines and led to uncertainty and frustration for many farm and ranchers, but insurance experts in the agribusi ... Read More »ess industry say the property/casualty segment of this market has actually remained stable in terms of rates and coverage options, so far.
Innovation in the Insurance Industry
"Companies will be called upon to recognise and deploy skill sets throughout the organisation to anticipate, adjust and adapt." -Kevin H. Kelley
Ironshore Named Top Advisen New Product 2013 PACESETTER
ACE, XL, and Ironshore led the field of 131 P&C firms vying to be the New Product Announcement Pacesetters of 2013. View the Top 10 NPA Pacesetter rankings here as well as com ... Read More »ents from ACE’s John Lupica, XL’s Mike McGavick, and Ironshore’s Kevin Kelley.