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Alex Wright is a UK-based business journalist, who previously was deputy business editor at The Royal Gazette in Bermuda. You can reach him at [email protected]
2021 is set to be a pivotal year for the professional liability insurance markets.
While Bermuda’s captive industry has experienced relative success since its inception, it now faces a major setback following new G7 regulations.
John Marchisi, national director, SPAC segment, financial practice at Gallagher sat down with Risk & Insurance to discuss the recent surge of SPAC usage and what risks need to be top of mind for professionals.
Quick thinking and a willingness to learn enabled this risk manager to protect her employees without any COVID-related litigation.
During a pandemic that caused many shutdowns, Avis’s Suzanne Panicoe took her risk responsibilities to the next level.
What happens in the immediate aftermath of a hack can be just as important as preliminary defensive measures.
Cyber coverage specificity is lacking. Brokers, insureds and carriers face a mandate to communicate clearly and craft appropriate coverage.
The pandemic has heightened financial inequality, climate change risk and the threat posed by ‘zombie’ companies.
M&A activity within commercial insurance soared in 2020. Here’s what’s driving the shifts.
Companies looking to find sufficient and affordable coverage in uncertain times are turning to E&S for solutions.
Anita Zaccaro went from working for famous musicians to brokering commercial insurance.
Social inflation caused by a rise in lawsuits brought against businesses and disproportionate nuclear jury verdicts have forced insurers to stump up multi-million dollar settlements.
Experts say D&O capacity will continue to be constrained for the foreseeable future. Rates can also be expected to continue their rise.
Vermont’s captive insurance industry has come a long way since 1981. Here’s how they state continues to garner success.
With the demand for employee benefits escalating, companies might want to look to captives as a way to control costs and increase efficiency.
Many workers are celebrating an extensive work-from-home option, but physical and mental injuries may go undetected.
The booming cannabis industry is still struggling to attract adequate coverage.
Experts in the wholesale and specialty space share the challenges and opportunities they face during the current hard market and COVID-19’s impact.
The benefits of owning or participating in a captive may be well reported, but what are the additional factors that firms need to consider when forming a captive?
Insureds can expect carriers to place even tighter restrictions on business interruption insurance going forward.