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  • Living to 100 - Implications for Insurers

    Von Joan Coverson | Apr 11, 2017 | English

    The number of centenarians, people who've reached their hundredth birthday, has been increasing. The UK had more than 14,000 centenarians in 2015 compared to less than 8,000 in 2002.1 In 50 years, the figure is projected to exceed 400,000. The U.S. currently...

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  • How the Environment Will Change for Life Insurers - And Ways to Cope

    Von Jules Constantinou | Feb 21, 2017 | English

    The life insurance business might be seen as a steadfast boulder awash in a fast-flowing stream of change, yet the Greek philosopher Socrates taught us that the secret of change is to focus energy on building the new and not fighting the old. Indeed,...

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  • Advances in Cancer Research and Insurance

    Von Ross Campbell | Feb 02, 2017 | English

    The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) was created more than 50 years ago to foster global collaboration on cancer control. Today more effective therapies mean mortality rates no longer reflect incidence rates; there are now more cancer...

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  • Trends in Life Insurance - How Can the Industry Stay Fit for the Future?

    Von Peter Temple | Jan 09, 2017 | English

    Life insurers are facing a new world in which the nature of uncertainty itself is changing. The future is collapsing into the present faster than past data can be used to extrapolate the future. However, we shouldn’t be fearful. InsurTech (insurance technology)...

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