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The revised ACORD 821, Producer Information Form or PIF is used to initiate, manage, and/or terminate the relationship between the Life, Annuity, Health, Broker/Dealer and/or Property & Casualty producer and the Insurance Company.
The Graham Company recently conducted a 2015 Business Risk Survey revealing that nearly three quarters of business leaders are most concerned about potential risks associated with cyber security threats to their organizations.
The ACORD Life and Annuity Forms and Data Mapping Working Group has recently introduced several new Forms to the ACORD Standard Forms library.
ACORD Automobile Identification Cards remain a valid, trusted, verifiable means of providing proof of insurance throughout the United States.
The New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) recently approved versions of ACORD certificates of insurance currently available, along with planned future versions containing an edition date of 2016/03.
ACORD XML (AML) is now being used to send risk bound reporting data on property risks from Australia to the Lloyd’s market on a weekly basis straight through to systems in London with no rekeying.
As ACORD members leverage new technology at a faster pace to expose their applications to mobile phones, watches and telematics devices, new operating systems, cloud services and many smaller transactions, the advocacy for JSON becomes more prevalent.
A live audience will help the judging panel decide upon the first-ever Innovation Challenge winner during the ACORD2015 event this November.
A common view of the insurance industry holds that it moves too slowly, the status quo stays status quo, and new ideas - even great ones - don’t always result in action. It’s a sleeping giant that keeps hitting the snooze button.
The London Market Group (LMG) and The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) have published the results of an extensive market research into commercial insurance and reinsurance.
One of the top retirement trends introduced is the qualified longevity annuity (QLAC).