Tweetweek through Feb. 12

  • Actuarial Review – February 2011 – The Top Ten Casualty Actuarial Stories of 2010
  • Ratings agency Fitch downgrades AIG, Chartis | Business Insurance || Down to A, from A+
  • Is AIG Plucking $2 Billion Out of Uncle Sam’s Pocket? – WSJ || Short answer: No, but US must wait to be paid
  • AIG to take $4.1 billion fourth-quarter charge || Under-reserved – AIG owns itself again. Let’s see if it can run itself.
  • Insurance Reform Is Not Cost Control || The inflation spiral stems from doctors and hospitals. Insurers just tag along.
  • Firms Can Avoid Shareholder Lawsuits with Kid Behavior ||Fess up, chief!
  • Anglo hopes to be granted green light for Quinn bid by end of week – Irish, Business –
  • PPACA: Sebelius Ponders CLASS Fix || Obamacare’s budget-busting hidden entitlement for long-term care
  • RT @InsuranceNote Proposed Solvency II amendments surprisingly wide ranging #Insurance UK
  • Best and worst jobs, from actuary to roustabout – || Of course, ‘roustabout’ sounds a lot cooler
  • Michigan State’s to launch actuarial science program in summer 2011

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