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The insurance industry is facing change on an extraordinary scale. As the industry moves forward, insurance companies must seek ways to improve profitability, while at the same time balancing the demands of regulatory change, market uncertainty, and changing customer demographics. In this environment, insurance companies can’t afford to take on challenges as if they were isolated from one another. Today everything’s connected, from technology and analytics to service operations and workforce strategies. That’s where we can help. We bring every aspect of the business into focus by helping our clients address these challenges. We provide world-class strategic, financial, operational, human capital, and IT services and draw on deep insurance industry expertise to deliver results you can rely upon.
2014 Property & Casualty insurance industry outlook
On the surface the property and casualty sector appears to be doing quite well, but running an insurance carrier is rarely smooth sailing. The last few years have been particularly difficult for those occupying C-Suite positions, as more fundamental issues are threatening not only short-term results on their balance sheets, but challenging the long-term viability of their operating models as well.
Innovation may ultimately be the key to keep insurers growing regardless of shifting economic and insurance market conditions as well as emerging competitive threats. Discover the trends challenging insurers to shake up the status quo and how developing new systems and processes may help them stay competitive in 2014 and beyond.
2014 Life Insurance and Annuity industry outlook (featured insights)
Life insurers and annuity writers may gain some sales traction in the year ahead thanks to modest economic growth, declining unemployment, and the possibility of an uptick in interest rates. And yet many have begun to realize in order to sustain growth over the long term, fundamental changes in their business models are necessary in the near term.
To capitalize on emerging opportunities instead of being undermined by the disruptive changes likely to alter the competitive landscape, top insurance executives should be more predisposed to bigger-picture innovations. Download the life insurance and annuity outlook to discover the macro- and microeconomic trends challenging insurers to shake up the status quo.