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Gregory DL Morris is an independent business journalist based in New York with 25 years’ experience in industry, energy, finance and transportation. He can be reached at [email protected]
Disaster recovery plus infrastructure projects stretch builders; sureties could be next.
With global internet sales of stolen books changing the risk management equation, book dealers look for solutions to protect these antique treasures.
Following a natural disaster, toxic materials released by the storm waters wreak havoc on the environment and public health.
Global piracy is being mitigated while insurers hold steady on policies and practices.
The first formal marine insurance policy was created around 1350.
Is a remote operator legally a master? New technology confounds old terms.
Brokerage claims experts urge fast action to mitigate loss and substantiate claims.
Big storms add urgency to reforms on transparency and repeat claims.
After months of pilot studies, underwriters will soon go live with Maersk on a commercial distributed-ledger system for marine insurance.
An ongoing shortage of experienced labor threatens the construction industry on multiple fronts.
A swell of nuclear decommissioning projects is creating an emerging market for conventional insurance but also new risk-management approaches.
As warranties run out on wind turbines, underwriters gain insight into their long-term costs.
Key drivers are increased retail distress, but also bank eagerness to monetize.
Overall economic impact may reach $100 billion.
IUMI’s annual meeting in September will offer a rare glimpse into local markets.
Technology will speed up a construction finance reporting requirement that was previously manual and tedious.
The Fire Department of New York is concerned about grid storage safety.
Key drivers include retail distress and eagerness on the part of banks to monetize.
As technology becomes more integrated into construction, surety underwriters need more comfort and clarity.
Public-private partnerships offer a way forward for infrastructure investment. To replicate Canadian successes, the U.S. must address risk management issues.