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Risk & Insurance sat down with David Marlett, managing director of the Brantley Risk & Insurance Center at Appalachian State, to discuss the insurance and risk management issues facing foster parents.
Andreas Berger of Swiss Re Corporate Solutions talks to Risk & Insurance about global risk and the company’s new Risk Data & Services platform.
A paint manufacturing firm bleeds red when it fails to plan for cyber-related business interruption.
When estimating losses after a severe weather event, rely on your policyholder experts and don’t take no for an answer.
We can no longer ignore both the benefits and the overall need for data utilization when it comes to underwriting risk.
The 2023 Risk & Insurance® Executives to Watch seek to build a bridge between the troves of data needed to underwrite risk and the human talent and experience needed to apply that knowledge effectively.
A patient, planned approach to building an insurer line by line spells success for Rick Kahlbaugh and Fortegra.
Battling climate change and building an agile, connected workforce that serves its customers with vigor are priorities for Swiss Re’s Katie McGrath.
Although hybrid work arrangements are welcome by many, the impact on worker health and productivity will remain a subject for study and analysis.
A fast-growing general contractor runs into serious trouble when commercial auto losses undermine its insurance tower.
AXA XL’s global programs and captives director, Americas, shares his captive career journey.
The liability linkage between climate change and corporate interests appears to be growing stronger, writes Risk & Insurance editor-in-chief Dan Reynolds. Could this be the start of a new era of cooperation?
In this fictive scenario, George Weaver of Jefferson Foods learns a little too late the benefits accounts receivable insurance can bring.
Josh Landau, the president of the International Insurance Society, shares insight on what to expect at the upcoming Global Insurance Forum.
“One thing I’ve cautioned everyone is we can’t just put the band back together and churn out the old hits like the Eagles do every couple of years and expect people to turn up, because people’s expectations and desires have changed.”
Lockton’s Fred Zutel was named a Power Broker in the real estate category for 2022. Here he gives us his take on the real estate insurance markets.
Agents matter a whole lot. And having a larger, deeper relationship with those that understand us and are selling what we have to offer is essential.
The advancement of climate change, ongoing macro-economic variations and the fact that an aging population will be increasingly in need of long-term care options, will call for best-in-class risk management in the nursing home sector.
Shrubb stays very busy, which she likes. She also likes that her career has its roots in a field — international relations — which suits her energy and attention span.
NFP Vice President Jared Dubrowsky gives us his take on the environmental insurance markets, the insurance talent gap and how his company navigated the pandemic.