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Revenue and employment growth remain steady, but rising costs and tariffs present new risks.
The government is offering companies lower fines if they disclose Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations.
Increasingly sophisticated insurance markets in Latin America market will help ensure that the region will continue to grow and prosper,
Undisciplined insurance purchasing practices leave dangerous gaps for expats.
If the UK votes to exit the EU, the insurance industry may face more cost and complexity.
Political risk and trade credit insurance offer protection against uncertainty and pave the way for global growth.
Emergency notification “handshakes” are an increasingly popular way for companies to stay in touch with employees in conflict zones.
Employers face liability risks if the child of a traveling or expat female employee is infected.
Employers trying to protect their workers from the Zika virus are advised to stay informed and to make sure they don’t run afoul of the law.
Investment in Chile and Paraguay is up sharply, as Brazil sees some investment declines.
Insurers and brokers are developing unique tools to help insureds stay ahead of global political risks.
Long supply chains offer criminals ample opportunities to sneak in counterfeit drugs, which pose a serious risk to public health.
Reputational risk and political unrest are top of mind for risk executives.
Defense contract job sites can be managed safely, despite hostile environments.
New studies warn that some of the world’s largest aquifers may soon run dry, with no hope of ever filling again.
Reported ransom demands are running at around $1 billion per year globally.
The new wave of “social engineering” scams by cyber fraudsters is costing corporate America billions. The best defense is education and collaboration.
The easing of travel restrictions to Cuba is bound to open up opportunities.
Employers with workers overseas have new regulations to consider in 2015.
Hank Greenberg, who made his first insurance deal in China in 1975, returns and buys a state-owned insurer.
Thousands of employees travel internationally to high-risk regions, but many “at-risk” organizations know little about the realities of kidnapping.