This book provides a much-needed analysis of this very important subject for international business lawyers, including discussion of the jurisdictional and choice of laws issues arising from cross-border contracts of insurance and reinsurance concluded by electronic means. This book is the first published in England to devote itself to a detailed analysis of the choice of laws rules in the E.C. Insurance Directives. It is aimed at academics and practitioners, at private international lawyers and at insurance lawyers. The private international law rules of the E.C. Insurance Directives deal with the applicable law to insurance contracts covering risks situated within the EU. They do not deal with the applicable law to reinsurance contracts and insurance contracts covering risks situated outside the EU. This should be ascertained by reference to the choice of laws provisions in the 1980 Rome Convention on the law applicable to contractual obligations. Detailed discussion of these rules is also provided, and proposals for reform suggested.
Pocket Principles for the Insurance Business provides daily motivation for those in the insurance industry who wish to embrace adversity in order to reach success. As a seasoned life insurance salesman who has qualified for the million dollar roundtable every year he's been in the business, B.A. Newman truly understands the ups and downs of a business that has a retention rate of just 12 percent, and he provides the tools necessary to face rejection and rely on it as a positive influence when success seems unattainable. His inspirational snippets include relational and easily applied advice such as: work for the best companies, listen to your clients, love what you do, and don't sacrifice your reputation to make a sale. In a profession that can sometimes seem more like a roller coaster ride than smooth sailing, these motivational quotes will help inspire anyone to do great things ... every day. "Ben's Principles help our producers keep striving for goal achievement even on their toughest days." -Michael T. Fleming, CLU, ChFC General Manager & Financial Advisor, Mass Financial Group, Inc. "Pockets principles will have an impact on my first Million Dollar Roundtable qualification ..." Mark E. Kull, Financial Representative Northwestern Mutual Financial Network, Louisville, Kentucky AUTHOR BIO Benjamin Newman is a life insurance salesman who is a several-time qualifier for the million dollar roundtable. He is Founder of Continued Fight, LLC, a company that helps organizations overcome challenges and seek positive outcomes. Benjamin and his wife Ami live in St. Louis, Missouri, with their son J. Isaac.
An evolving regulatory landscape and changing economic conditions continue to affect business organization and capital requirements in the global insurance industry, leading to new participants, new transactions, and new challenges. PLI s new Insurance and Investment Management M&A Deskbook provides attorneys with an essential reference to keep up with emerging trends in insurance and investment management M&A. The Deskbook covers topics such as acquisitions of public insurance companies, blocks of insurance business and private acquisitions; the regulatory environment of the insurance industry and the financial services industry; investment in the insurance industry by private equity and pension funds; and the expansion of insurance industry participants into emerging markets around the globe. The Deskbook also provides specific guidance for understanding Lloyd s of London and the M&A market for mutual life insurers."
Examine essential marketing disciplines and weapons This essential book will show you how to design a strategic marketing plan for any brand, product, service, or business It explains all of the major marketing disciplines and familiarizes you with the marketing "weapons arsenal." It also teaches you to conduct a marketing audit, provides helpful sample worksheets and forms and includes case examples, a glossary of marketing terms, and appendixes discussing sources of "marketing intelligence" and professional marketing associations.This single volume provides a step-by-step process (with short, clear examples) of how to develop a custom plan to fit any business. In addition, it defines all of the business terms you'll find inside and lists additional resources to draw upon. With Marketing Your Business: A Guide to Developing a Strategic Marketing Plan, you will explore: the process of selecting the right strategy by defining your business strategy, assessing the most relevant focal points, and choosing the marketing strategy that will work best for you the arsenal of current marketing weaponry--advertising, budgeting, promotions, pricing, sales, database marketing, public relations, packaging, legal issues, and more the nature of strategic marketing plans-competitive and environmental assessments, mission statements, slogans, budgeting, goals and objectives, etc. key checklists and 13 sample work forms that will help you formulate your plan and much more Ideal for use by educators and students as well as businesspeople, Marketing Your Business brings together everything you need to know to develop an effective strategic marketing plan and put it into action
Two related trends have created novel challenges for managing risk in the United States. The first trend is a series of dramatic changes in liability law as tort law has expanded to assign liability to defendants for reasons other than negligence. The unpredictability of future costs induced by changes in tort law may be partly responsible for the second major trend known as the 'liability crisis' - the disappearance of liability protection in markets for particularly unpredictable risks. This book examines decisions people make about insurance and liability. An understanding of such decision making may help explain why the insurance crisis resulted from the new interpretations of tort law and what to do about it. The articles cover three kinds of decisions: consumer decisions to purchase insurance; insurer decisions about coverage they offer; and the decisions of the public about the liability rules they prefer, which are reflected in legislation and regulation. For each of these three kinds of decisions, normative theories such as expected utility theory can be used as benchmarks against which actual decisions are judged.
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