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Risk Strategies’ Alex Maza shares some of his viewpoints on factors impacting the management liability insurance markets.
If 90% of cyber intrusions are perpetrated through email, then why are we using email as much as we are?
Creative approaches to managing supply chain and the valuation worries caused by inflation are just a few of the topics on the busy mind of Aon’s Joe Peiser.
Risk Strategies’ John Mina speaks to R&I about milestones, the future of the industry and of the planet, and why pushing your boundaries is an essential part of growth.
Risk & Insurance lost a friend, a long-time contributor and a Risk All Star when Jack Hampton passed away on June 13. We take a pause here to mourn his passing and celebrate his many accomplishments.
Risk & Insurance® sat down with The Hartford’s Mo Tooker to discuss everything from the state of supply chain risk to inflationary pressure for insureds.
Swiss Re’s Ivan Gonzalez spoke with Risk & Insurance about inflation, climate change and property insurance, among other topics.
California’s law on medical malpractice modernized, preserving key components, signaling stability over alternative ballot initiative to dismantle MICRA.
Vermont’s top captive regulator steps down and other notable announcements in this week’s issue of People on the Move.
The leaders of the CPCU Society are well cognizant of the fact that anything less than a galloping approach to fulfilling their mission won’t cut it.
Jana Utter, vice president of risk management at Centene Corporation, gives her take on the rewarding aspects of risk management and opportunities for improvement.
Two of society’s most vital sectors are feeling the constraints of the time.
“I would say right now, that the thing that is most visible in the press from COVID is auto pricing, auto insurance pricing based upon usage or extreme lack of usage, and that continues to evolve for sure. And I think we’ll see that continue to evolve.”
Pamela Davis has paved a path for nonprofits to receive adequate insurance coverage so that they can continue to fulfill their missions.
We are working hard every single day to try to solve the problems in an ever-changing and volatile risk environment and we’re building for the future.
Vermont’s captive examiners pride themselves on being just one part of a competent, veteran financial regulation network.
A telemedicine visit in another state leads to legal action for this fictive health care system.
The emus and geckos aren’t showing the world the true impact of insurance. Maybe it’s time for a marketing reset.
“A machine can build a bias without us knowing it. I mean, you feed it enough data, you can tell it to ignore racial profiles, but you never know how the machine does it.”
Aging infrastructure is a key issue for my clients, the current inflationary pressures of commodities, raw materials and supply chain woes have pushed a holistic approach to managing risk.