JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA--(Marketwire -06/15/12)- www.StockCall.com offers free research on ACE Limited (ACE) and American International Group Inc. (AIG) from the Property & Casualty Insurance industry. Access these reports by clicking on the links below or by copy and pasting those to your address bar.
Finding ways to penetrate emerging markets and moving on from litigation problems are currently the dominant trends amongst property and casualty insurers.
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Emerging markets are particularly important because they contain rapidly growing middle-classes that have had minimal exposure to insurers in the past but now possess the financial wherewithal to afford policies. ACE Limited is one company that has been active in emerging markets, and is continuing to try and grow its presence abroad. Investors and shareholders of ACE Limited can simply register for our complimentary reports by clicking on the link below.
Litigation concerns are beginning to subside for several major insurers. American International Group Inc. has been marred by litigation issues in the past but looks to be moving on at this time. The insurer most recently settled with a supervisory body in Pennsylvania to the tune of $16.8 million regarding the shortchanging of workers' compensation pool. Settling these issues should allow AIG to invest in growth efforts as well as repair its damaged reputation. Register now to have free access to our report on American International Group Inc., and to do so please click the link below.
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