PCI Reinsurance Panel

At the 2017 PCI Annual Meeting, a panel discussed the state of the global reinsurance market and what to expect in 2018. The panel included: Stan Galanski – President and CEO, The Navigators Group, Inc. Eric Anderson – CEO, AON Benfield James Kent – Global Deputy CEO & North America President, Willis Re Steve Levy […]


Impact of Innovation in Insurance

A the 2017 PCI Annual Meeting, a panel discussed the impact of innovation in the insurance industry. The panel included: Tony Trivella – EVP, Treaty Division, Hartford Steam Boiler Tim Attia – CEO, Slice Labs Jacqueline Lesage Kraus – Managing Director, Munich Re/HSB Ventures Ed Largent – President, CEO and Board Chair, Westfield Insurance Keith […]

Innovation in Insurance: Truth vs. Reality

At the 2017 PCI Annual Meeting, Paul Mang, Global CEO of Analytics for AON discussed innovation in insurance with a focus on truth versus reality. Mang started by outlining three myths around innovation in insurance: 1. InsurTech will disrupt insurance Disruption implies a type of industry change where the traditional businesses and models in that […]


Lessons Learned from Retiring Insurance Executives

At the 2016 PCI Annual Meeting, a panel of retiring insurance executives discussed lessons learned over their careers. The panel included: Marguerite Tortorello – moderator Terrance Cavanaugh – President and CEO – Erie Insurance Group Kenneth Ciak – Vice Chairman – Ameriprise Auto and Home Insurance Tad Montross – Retired CEO – Gen Re J. […]


Global Reinsurance Panel

At the 2016 PCI Annual Meeting, a panel discussed the current state of the reinsurance marketplace, emerging risks in the U.S. and around the world, and how these issues could impact the marketplace. The panel included: Andrew Marcell – Global Head of Strategy – AON Benfield (moderator) James Bradshaw – CEO – Willis Re North […]

Global  Market Outlook

At the 2016 PCI Annual Meeting, Prem Watsa, CEO of Fairfax Financial Holdings, talked about the state of the global marketplace. The last fifteen years (2000-2015) has been the second slowest economic growth rate in the United States – going back to when this was first measured in the late 1700. During this same time, […]

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