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North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Discusses POC Testing openIDL Blockchain to Assess Uninsured Driver Issue

Aug 1, 2022 / by AAIS posted in openIDL, Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, Insurance News/Current Events, Auto, Blockchain, Data/Tech, Linux Foundation, auto insurance, Regulatory Reporting, North Dakota Insurance

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Britecore, East Tennessee Mutual and Friends Cove Mutual Execs Talk about Technologies that Help Them Compete

Jun 16, 2022 / by AAIS posted in Data/Tech, BriteCore, Economy, East Tennessee Mutual, Friends Cove, Legacy Systems, Insurance Agents, Insurance Market, NatCats

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In a recent AAIS Webinar, industry leaders from Britecore, East Tennessee Mutual and Friends Cove Mutual discussed ‘How Small Insurers Can Compete and Win the Customer of the Future.’

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Hanover Exec Discusses Current Data and Info-Sharing Trends

May 4, 2022 / by AAIS posted in openIDL, Technology, Data & Technology, Data Management/Distributed Ledger, Insurance News/Current Events, Tech News, Regulatory/Compliance, AAIS Pulse, Data/Tech, Analytics Insurance, Regulators, The Hanover, Regulatory Reporting, Democratization of Data, GLC

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On a recent edition of AAIS Pulse, The Hanover SVP Scott Grieco sat down with AAIS SVP Operations, Joan Zerkovich, for a “Tech Talk” discussing current technology trends, and methods for modernizing the way insurers think about data and information sharing.

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NAIC CEO Shares Insights on Insurance Regulation

Apr 28, 2022 / by AAIS posted in openIDL, Insights, Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, COVID-19, Homeowners, Climate Change, Cannabis, Auto, AAIS News & Views, AAIS Pulse, Data/Tech, NAIC, Regulation, pandemic, Regulators, Business Interruption, Economy, Cannabis Insurance, cyber insurnace

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On a recent edition of AAIS Pulse, NAIC CEO Mike Consedine sat down with AAIS President and CEO Ed Kelly to share his insights on major regulatory issues facing the insurance industry and the NAIC.

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A Conversation with Bob Guevara, AAIS VP, Inland Marine

Apr 26, 2022 / by AAIS posted in openIDL, Insurance, Data & Technology, Inland Marine, Tech News, Commercial Lines, Data, Data/Tech, IMUA, AAIS Views

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There is no understating Bob Guevara’s contributions to AAIS and the Inland Marine insurance community: He transformed thinking about inland marine risks, raising awareness with regulators and creating new rating paradigms and valuable tools and resources for AAIS Member insurers. As he looks forward to retiring after 29 years, and transitions to a consulting role, continuing to support AAIS, Bob spoke with AAIS Views.

 

Let’s start at the beginning. What first drew you to the insurance industry?

Bob Guevara: When I graduated from college in the 1970s the country was coming out of a recession. There was a lot of instability out there. I wanted to join an industry that would be very stable for the long haul, which led me to insurance. I’ve been in the business ever since – 15 years of inland marine underwriting and 29 at AAIS.

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Climate Expert Talks Global Warming, Risk Models, ‘22 Hurricane Season

Feb 9, 2022 / by AAIS posted in Issues & Trends, Events, AAIS Event Archive, Climate Change, Modeling/Predictive Analytics, AAIS Pulse, Data/Tech, Modeling/Actuarial, global warming, Colorado State University

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The AAIS Pulse newsmagazine recently featured a discussion with renowned Research Scientist and hurricane expert Phil Klotzbach, Ph. D., from the Department of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University. He joined AAIS Chief Pricing Actuary Michael Payne to cover a wide array of topics including global warming fact and fiction, changes in severe weather patterns, risk model accuracy, 2022's climate outlook, and much more.

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Leading State Regulators Talk Blockchain, AI, and Modernizing Regulatory Reporting

Feb 7, 2022 / by AAIS posted in openIDL, Technology, Machine Learning/AI, Issues & Trends, Events, Regulatory/Compliance, Blockchain, Legislation & Regulation, AAIS Pulse, AAIS Event Archives, Data/Tech, GLC, Machine Learning

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The AAIS Pulse newsmagazine recently featured discussions with Mississippi Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney and Connecticut Insurance Department Asst. Deputy Commissioner, Property & Casualty Division, George Bradner. They sat down with AAIS VP of Government Affairs, Legal, and Compliance, Robin Westcott, to cover a wide array of topics including data collection, data management, openIDL and its benefits, machine learning, and much more.

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Why Reporting Fire Data is Still Important

Feb 2, 2022 / by Matt Hinds-Aldrich posted in Community, Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, Tech News, Homeowners, Data, Fire, AAIS News & Views, AAIS Insights, Data/Tech, Insurance Line of Business

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Dr. Matt Hinds-Aldrich, Senior Risk Strategy Lead at AAIS and fire peril subject matter expert, recently joined Tom Louis from First Due to discuss why the National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) still matters and why it needs to improve to meets the needs of the 21st century fire service. Watch the entire discussion here:

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Artificial Intelligence is Modernizing Regulatory Compliance

Jan 18, 2022 / by Robin Westcott posted in openIDL, Community, Machine Learning/AI, Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, Tech News, Regulatory/Compliance, Legislation & Regulation, AAIS News & Views, AAIS Insights, Data/Tech, Connecticut

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Risks are continually evolving and emerging, requiring updates to insurance policies in order for carriers to keep pace with market need. Whether you’re a regulator or an underwriter, reviewing new policy language in a timely fashion can be a challenge, and can negatively impact speed-to-market.

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Ransomware – The Other Epidemic

Jan 13, 2022 / by Linda Jancik posted in Issues & Trends, Data & Technology, Tech News, Homeowners, Cyber, New/Emerging Risks, P&C Insurers, AAIS News & Views, AAIS Insights, Data/Tech, Insurance Line of Business, cyber risk, cyber insurnace, ransomware

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Ransomware is a type of malicious software designed to block access to a computer system until a sum of money is paid and can target both individuals and businesses. The U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Reform shared that “in 2020, ransomware attacks on both public and private institutions in the U.S cost an estimated $19.5 billion. … in the first six months of 2021, financial institutions reported $590 million in ransomware-related transactions. Current trends indicate that ransomware transactions in 2021 alone will exceed the previous 10 years combined.”

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