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Brokers Say P&C Market Is Softening
Later this week Aon Corp., Marsh & McLennan Cos. and Willis Group Holdings Ltd. will release reports stating that some P&C rates have started to...
Consumers' Anger at Marketing Is Rising
One third (33%) of the consumers who participated in a recent survey about their attitudes toward marketing said they would accept a slightly lower standard...
Agency-Owner Retirement - An Ongoing Process
By Patricia A. Borowski, CPIW, CAESenior Vice PresidentPIA National Agency owners and agency carriers have used the phrases, "retirement for the agency-owner principal" and "perpetuating...
PIA National Meets With Senate Committee Staff on Flood Insurance Reauthorization Bill
WASHINGTON, April 15, 2004 - The National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (PIA) has wrapped up two weeks of visits to Capitol Hill pressing for...
PIA National Meets With Senate Committee Staff on NFIP Renewal
PIA has wrapped up two weeks of visits to Capitol Hill pressing for reauthorization of the federal flood insurance program. On April 8, PIA met...
PIA National Appoints Len Brevik as Executive Vice President, CEO
PIA National has announced the appointment of Leonard C. Brevik as executive vice president of the association and chief executive officer of its for-profit subsidiary,...
A.M. Best Reports Better P&C Results
The property/casualty industry reported vastly improved operating results for both the fourth quarter and full year 2003 when compared with the same periods of 2002,...
Former NAIC President to Help Set Up Insurance System in Iraq
The immediate past president of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) will be spending the next two months in Iraq, helping that country establish...
NAIC Urges Congress to Renew TRIA This Year
Key members of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) are urging Congressional leaders to act this year on a federal solution that will ensure...
AIG's Greenberg Sees a Lot More Green
Hank Greenberg has been seeing more green. Greenberg's compensation for running American International Group (AIG) rose about 25 percent last year to $7.6 million and...