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New Insights Article! Should You Start Writing Business in Latin America and the Caribbean?

Thursday, December 1, 2016 - 14:22
by Joshua S. Pestano, CPCU, ACII, ARe

Insurance in Latin America and the Caribbean does not have to be a foreign concept for industry professionals, although it is often treated as such.

The Ethical Challenges of International Insurance Operations

Wednesday, June 1, 2016 - 12:59
by Kedar Kamalapurkar, MS, CPCU

Editor’s Note

The spring issue of Insights broached the issue of ethics as it relates to business metrics and potentially unrealistic performance goals. This article further considers ethics, this time in connection with international endeavors. The author wishes to extend special thanks to Dr. Andries Willemse for providing expertise and source material on the history and sources of ethical standards as well as guidance and experience for practically applying ethical considerations when operating abroad.

Nuclear Niche: Demystifying Nuclear Insurance

Wednesday, May 18, 2016 - 14:17
by Ian Maciulis, CPCU

Notwithstanding the Fukushima incident in Japan, the development of nuclear power is continuing worldwide, with plans for new units to be constructed in China, Finland, India, Jordan, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates. New facility studies are progressing in other nations as well. Nuclear energy is seen as a preferred option in emerging markets to meet forecasted electricity demand as well as a means of significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions in more-developed markets, particularly in China and eastern Europe.

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New Insights Article! Should You Start Writing Business in Latin America and the Caribbean?

Thursday, December 1, 2016 - 14:22
by Joshua S. Pestano, CPCU, ACII, ARe

Insurance in Latin America and the Caribbean does not have to be a foreign concept for industry professionals, although it is often treated as such.

The Ethical Challenges of International Insurance Operations

Wednesday, June 1, 2016 - 12:59
by Kedar Kamalapurkar, MS, CPCU

Editor’s Note

The spring issue of Insights broached the issue of ethics as it relates to business metrics and potentially unrealistic performance goals. This article further considers ethics, this time in connection with international endeavors. The author wishes to extend special thanks to Dr. Andries Willemse for providing expertise and source material on the history and sources of ethical standards as well as guidance and experience for practically applying ethical considerations when operating abroad.

Nuclear Niche: Demystifying Nuclear Insurance

Wednesday, May 18, 2016 - 14:17
by Ian Maciulis, CPCU

Notwithstanding the Fukushima incident in Japan, the development of nuclear power is continuing worldwide, with plans for new units to be constructed in China, Finland, India, Jordan, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates. New facility studies are progressing in other nations as well. Nuclear energy is seen as a preferred option in emerging markets to meet forecasted electricity demand as well as a means of significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions in more-developed markets, particularly in China and eastern Europe.

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