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Partnering with technology provider helped an agricultural company lower worker’s comp costs.
Mike Pesch, CEO of Gallagher USA, started at the company as a college intern in 1991 and never looked back.
Insurtech, climate change, cyber and talent risk give rising insurance executives plenty to think about.
Two risk managers with backgrounds in heavy industry were able to bring crucial risk management lessons learned into the hospitality arena.
BHSI’s David Valzania discusses the challenges and opportunities in multinational coverage.
If it can be determined that individual companies are responsible for climate change, investors and insurers might want to brace themselves for massive payouts.
The poisonous actions of pharma companies peddling painkillers are a social scourge that cannot be accepted.
AXIS and Chubb join a growing list of insurance companies that say they will limit underwriting capital allocation and investments in fossil fuels projects.
There are numerous services and insurance coverages to support global business travel. The problem is that employees may spurn them.
This director of corporate operations believes risk management has done a great job of filling the talent gap, but it can do more to adopt helpful technologies into the fold.
Here are some key indicators, provided by award winning risk managers, that you can use as benchmarks to determine if your commercial insurance broker is doing a good job.
With responsibility for marketing as part of her duties, Zurich’s Sabrina Hart insists insurance needs to improve its brand.
A number of commercial insurance carriers have now announced that they will limit their investments and underwriting activities around coal, including Chubb.
The environmental risk and insurance sector always has its share of frightening risks. And they are ongoing.
Those that are named Risk All Stars are inevitably faced with a challenge that would phaze a lesser professional. But they face up to that challenge and wear it down with their will power.
Keenan’s Ron Martin displayed excellent risk management prowess by tackling the horrendous topic of the sexual abuse of children.
Butler University’s Zach Finn has little patience for those who underappreciate insurance as a career.
A far greater risk in the rampant use of pesticides and herbicides is environmental destruction.
Baseball is allowing itself to run a legal gauntlet that will eventually result in much higher liability than it currently faces in the area of fan safety.
The business of placing coverage for alternative energy projects has gotten a lot more complicated.