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RIMS’ new CEO shares how he built his career in professional associations and talks about his future plans for the organization.
Could cryptocurrencies cause the next recession?
Former U.S. Senator and current Lloyd’s Council Member John Sununu shares his perspective on the myriad of global risks facing the industry.
The rule will lay out a framework for companies to disclose their climate risks and emissions data.
Marijuana businesses have these seven critical risks to consider.
A 2022 RIMS session examined new EPL risks companies may face now that the pandemic has permanently changed the ways we live and work.
Cryptocurrency and blockchain are growing. The good news? The insurance industry’s response is already robust.
Contingent business interruption can help companies recover losses from supply chain woes.
A 2022 RIMS session looked at new regulations that impact the autonomous vehicle industry.
Cyber exposures have CEOs on edge. A session at the 2022 RIMS conference examines what can be done to mitigate the risks.
Is adequate risk transfer in the face of rapid technological change even possible?
Avis Budget Group risk manager Suzanne Panicoe details the risks she expects the travel industry will face in 2022.
WCRI’s final Issues and Research conference session took a look at how workers’ compensation has changed since the 1972 commission.
If one thing is certain, it’s that our world has changed drastically over the last two years. A WCRI conference session explored how the workplace might evolve after COVID-19.
An annual session at WCRI’s Issues and Research Conference examined indemnity, short-term disability and benefits payment trends across states.
At the organization’s annual Issues & Research Conference, a WCRI economist shared her research into chiropractic care in workers’ comp.
A ship fire that destroyed luxury vehicles raises the question: whose insurance will cover these losses?
The average ransomware payment has climbed 62% since 2020 and insurance appetite for the risk is waning. What is a risk manager to do?
The nascent technology is transforming how people buy and trade digital art. But does this fad have staying power in the industry or is it just too risky?
County of Kent risk manager Stephanie Lee shares her journey to her current role and what top concerns will be important for the public sector in 2022.