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A hard cyber market may be the "new normal'" but greater usage of alternative risk transfer and capital flow mechanisms may soften the future landscape.
Populist anger propels non-traditional candidates whose policies could unravel the fabric of American commerce.
A 45-day superstorm floods California and dishes out economic catastrophe.
A fast-moving geomagnetic storm blasts the North American power grid, leaving a large swath of the Northeastern U.S. temporarily uninhabitable.
BHSI shares tips for sidestepping pitfalls and effectively evaluating natural catastrophe parametric solutions.
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Stephanie Arkelian of Healthesystems draws on her early experience as an adjuster to discuss how the industry can support the next generation of this important role.
From pilots to workers to passengers, we all have a role to play in ensuring a safe passage back to normal for the aviation industry.
This risk manager's take is that we need to continue to focus on resiliency, not merely loss avoidance.
With third-party litigation funding reaching $17 billion in 2021, companies and their insurers are likely to see an uptick in social inflation in the years to come.
A Nationwide survey confirmed that business owner customers want a fast and easy experience and prefer to work with knowledgeable agents and insurers while benefiting from the tech advances aiding claims.
Sherri Johnson, vice president of corporate claims at Aimbridge Hospitality, discusses what professionals can do attract the newest talents to the industry.