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ORLANDO , FLA. —Property-casualty insurers will emerge from the recession with a distaste for equity investments and a renewed focus on underwriting, a leading insurance economist advised an industry group here.

Robert P. Hartwig, president of the Insurance Information Institute, made his predictions last week at the Annual Issues Symposium of National Council on Compensation Insurance.

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Evaluating a corporation’s risk exposure during this time of economic upheaval can not only save money but could also mean the difference between surviving and not, according to experts at Marsh.

The insurance brokerage addressed the topic in a survey, “The Importance of ERM During Economic Upheaval,” and at an online conference, “Reducing Costs and Mitigating Risks: Key Strategies for the Economic Downturn.”

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Celent?s sixth annual survey of U.S. insurance chief information officers has revealed ?an industry far from panicked and cautiously maintaining its course,? despite a weakened economy, the Boston-based researcher said.

The survey took place in October and November 2008, just as the global financial crisis reached the insurance industry, said Celent. The survey report, ?2009 U.S. Insurance CIO Survey: Pressures, Priorities, and Read the rest of this entry »

Celent?s sixth annual survey of U.S. insurance chief information officers has revealed ?an industry far from panicked and cautiously maintaining its course,? despite a weakened economy, the Boston-based researcher said.

The survey took place in October and November 2008, just as the global financial crisis reached the insurance industry, said Celent. The survey report, ?2009 U.S. Insurance CIO Survey: Pressures, Priorities, and Read the rest of this entry »

Celent?s sixth annual survey of U.S. insurance chief information officers has revealed ?an industry far from panicked and cautiously maintaining its course,? despite a weakened economy, the Boston-based researcher said.

The survey took place in October and November 2008, just as the global financial crisis reached the insurance industry, said Celent. The survey report, ?2009 U.S. Insurance CIO Survey: Pressures, Priorities, and Read the rest of this entry »

Celent?s sixth annual survey of U.S. insurance chief information officers has revealed ?an industry far from panicked and cautiously maintaining its course,? despite a weakened economy, the Boston-based researcher said.

The survey took place in October and November 2008, just as the global financial crisis reached the insurance industry, said Celent. The survey report, ?2009 U.S. Insurance CIO Survey: Pressures, Priorities, and Read the rest of this entry »

Celent?s sixth annual survey of U.S. insurance chief information officers has revealed ?an industry far from panicked and cautiously maintaining its course,? despite a weakened economy, the Boston-based researcher said.

The survey took place in October and November 2008, just as the global financial crisis reached the insurance industry, said Celent. The survey report, ?2009 U.S. Insurance CIO Survey: Pressures, Priorities, and Read the rest of this entry »

Celent?s sixth annual survey of U.S. insurance chief information officers has revealed ?an industry far from panicked and cautiously maintaining its course,? despite a weakened economy, the Boston-based researcher said.

The survey took place in October and November 2008, just as the global financial crisis reached the insurance industry, said Celent. The survey report, ?2009 U.S. Insurance CIO Survey: Pressures, Priorities, and Read the rest of this entry »

Celent?s sixth annual survey of U.S. insurance chief information officers has revealed ?an industry far from panicked and cautiously maintaining its course,? despite a weakened economy, the Boston-based researcher said.

The survey took place in October and November 2008, just as the global financial crisis reached the insurance industry, said Celent. The survey report, ?2009 U.S. Insurance CIO Survey: Pressures, Priorities, and Read the rest of this entry »

Celent?s sixth annual survey of U.S. insurance chief information officers has revealed ?an industry far from panicked and cautiously maintaining its course,? despite a weakened economy, the Boston-based researcher said.

The survey took place in October and November 2008, just as the global financial crisis reached the insurance industry, said Celent. The survey report, ?2009 U.S. Insurance CIO Survey: Pressures, Priorities, and Read the rest of this entry »