by Steven Sullivan
International borders no longer seem to apply in today's business world. Without even trying, actuaries can find themselves playing on a field that's not only less than level, but with lines running all the wrong way.
by Mark D. Mariska
Russia's transition to a free market economy hasn't exactly been smooth, and its growing pains have taken a beating in the Western press. But according to this expert on the Russian insurance market, prospects for success there aren't as bleak as they've been cracked up to be.
by Al Dawson
Market conduct problems and bad publicity plagued the insurance industry in the 1980s and early 1990s, but insurers took pains to clean up their act. How successful have they been? And are state regulators buying it?