AM Best Posts Webinar Highlights on How Active Risk Management Drives Better Insurance Underwriting

OLDWICK, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#insurance–Viewers can access AM Best Webinar Highlights, sponsored by LexisNexis Risk Solutions, to learn how an Active Risk Management program is the best way to stay on top of changing risks and address potential loss ratio and premium leakage on your renewal book.

Panelists include:

  • Ian Griffin, Director, product management, LexisNexis Risk Solutions
  • James Handley, manager, data science II, LexisNexis Risk Solutions
  • Deb Zawisza, senior principal, insurance, Novarica

The video-based interactive presentation is available here. The webinar was compiled into the following stand-alone segments:

  1. Active Risk Management Explained
  2. Managing Risk Takes More than a Static Snapshot, It’s a View Across Time
  3. Active Risk Management: A Key to Reducing Loss Ratios
  4. Engaging Customers Earlier Reduces the Likelihood of Interacting at a Claim
  5. The Benefits of Active Risk Management Outweigh the Costs
  6. Active Risk Management Creates Opportunities for Risk Consultation
  7. Active Risk Management Distinguishes the Safer from the Riskier
  8. Active Risk Management Means Measuring Peers
  9. Improving Customer Risk Monitoring Helps Retain Better Risks
  10. Acting on Undiscovered Risk Reduces Premium Leakage
  11. Active Risk Management Supports Insurer-Agent Relationships
  12. Active Risk Management Requires Planning, Workflow and Execution

The complete video replay for this event is also available now.

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