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By George W. Russell China is the world’s fastest growing insurance market and third largest in overall size. However, competition is intense amid lower margins and heavier regulatory scrutiny. George W. Russell looks at the state of the sector as it also gears up for major changes in accounting standards. Along with Burberry scarves and… Read More Premium products

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Women should be planning their own financial security

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Black Box Puts Brakes on Bad Claims

By David Malamed Automotive telematics devices are used to record driving data that can reduce a driver’s insurance premiums. But they can also help fight accident fraud. In early 2014, a Vauxhall Astra bumped into the tow bar at the rear of a flatbed truck on a roadway in northwestern England. The truck had halted… Read More Black Box Puts Brakes on Bad Claims