Best’s Review: US Life Insurers Face $1 Billion Price Tag for New Global Accounting Standard
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June's Best's Review cover story package focuses on emerging global markets and risks for insurers. Five stories cover which countries are emerging growth spots for insurers and how changing regulations are impacting insurers in
Also included in the June issue is the poster-sized Best's Review's World Catastrophe map, which looks at the largest insured loss events of 2010. The online version features 20 videos that illustrate each of the top 20 events.
One of the cover package features, "Standard Operating Procedure," reveals how a proposed merger of two accounting sets into one global system has U.S. insurers concerned. The U.S.-based
However, the implications for insurers are many, according to A.M. Best Assistant Vice President
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June also includes listings of professional designations for insurers and A.M. Best's annual Corporate Changes. Best's Review is published by the
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