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Alex Wright is a U.K.-based business journalist, who previously was deputy business editor at The Royal Gazette in Bermuda. You can reach him at [email protected]
The flexibility of captives is well-suited to serve the rapidly changing risks health care organizations face.
Marrying property and cyber coverage seamlessly is an area of increased focus for risk managers and underwriters.
Captive insurance for cannabis could be a viable option.
Evolving technologies and strategies help companies guard against the ravages of social media attacks.
A presentation held in London drives home the point that flood modeling has a long way to go.
Shifting strategies are influencing the way multinationals design their global programs.
There is a move toward captives’ strategic use of surplus to fund risk management-based projects, analytics, consulting and more.
The number of professional liability class actions is on a record tear, which should impact rates eventually.
Contingent business interruption claims from Hurricane Irma could take years to resolve.
Attendees at the NAPSLO convention in San Diego need to find ways to compete, yet avoid falling victim to price wars.
Captives are creating more flexible and cost-effective options for the rapidly evolving shared economy sector.
Lloyd’s CEO Inga Beale is tasked with guiding the venerable insurance market through Brexit and the demands of the fiercely competitive global specialty business.
New cyber security regulations increase exposure for directors and officers at financial institutions.
It’s incumbent upon risk managers to understand exactly what their agents are doing — or not doing — on their behalf.
That property in the foothills may look enticing, but climate change is driving an increasing occurrence of mudslides.
An agricultural consortium is one group taking a serious look at forming an agency captive in Vermont.
A shrinking insurance market drives interest in captive solutions for the transportation industry.
Far more than a prank, the spread of fictitious news is wreaking havoc on businesses and institutions.
Facing deteriorating results, some large commercial fleet carriers are leaving the market.
Companies that let their captives gather dust could be missing out on savings opportunities.