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Failure to arrange the proper cover for regulatory penalties in the energy sector adds up to big losses.
Martin Brady’s excess casualty solution creates risk transfer stability for school districts.
A series of potentially high-severity events drove the push to launch a safety organization that will help keep theater students safe for years to come.
New to her position in risk management, Rytec’s Kris Finell set about correcting just about everything she could get her hands on.
With decades of expertise in captive insurance, Albert Fierro was the ideal person to help AARP rein in its rising workers’ compensation costs.
Kimpton Hotels’ Renee Crow built employ engagement and ownership of risk management issues.
Treasury now drives risk management throughout Meritor’s business units, thanks to the efforts of Todd Chirillo
Florida’s insurance pool members can rest easy that, thanks to Jeannie Garner’s initiative, they can bounce back in the face of severe storms.
When staff reductions and organizational change made strong leadership imperative, Amanda Lagatta rose to the challenge.
Find out why the time is ripe to explore a value-based purchasing model in workers’ comp.
An equipment breakdown harms a company and kills a career.
An energy company drops the ball by not making the necessary accommodations for an injured employee returning from documented leave.
A 45-day superstorm floods California and dishes out economic catastrophe.
Mike McGavick, the CEO of XL Catlin, earns praise by making tough decisions others avoid.
The easing of travel restrictions to Cuba is bound to open up opportunities.
Each year since 2011, Risk & Insurance forecasts the Most Dangerous Emerging Risks — often with uncanny accuracy.
Liability for brain injury and disease isn’t limited to professional sports organizations.
The co-morbidities of age and weight compound a case involving a stubborn and injured construction foreman.
Contaminated oil undermines a firm’s ability to capitalize on low oil prices.
Hank Greenberg, who made his first insurance deal in China in 1975, returns and buys a state-owned insurer.