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Site-specific risk assessments do what standard models can’t, benefitting both insurer and insured.
Barnabas Health wins a Teddy Award for pushing one hospital’s success in workers’ comp systemwide.
Private equity firms are driving heavy M&A activity among wholesalers, MGAs and program administrators.
One Risk All Star took on the daunting challenge of quickly relocating a sprawling headquarters, and without a single moment of down time.
David Brooks quantifies and manages risks across every product offered by XL Catlin.
A combination of technology and data-centric risk management almost guarantees resilient supply chains.
Potential legislation in Congress would allow risk retention groups to write property. Here are the arguments for and against.
Using a captive for pensions can mitigate longevity and investment risks, but the regulatory hurdles are substantial.
They comprise fully one-quarter of all captives domiciled in Vermont.
The success of the captive industry in Vermont is the result of a rare, collaborative relationship between the public and private sectors.
A fully integrated captive brings risk management to the multiple arms of an organization.
Implementation of controls, policies and processes helps reduce reputational risk.
More insurance distribution channels are opening up, which could disrupt business for both underwriters and brokers.
Focusing on the day-to-day implementation of controls, policies and processes help reduce reputational risk.
Captives offer employers better control over their health care benefit plans.
Worldwide losses could top $600 million, but impact on US airlines is muted.
Jeff Driver’s new risk retention group looks like a winner.
Breaking down silos in a very large company took loads of determination and is resulting into a “deeper dive” into the company’s risks.
Liquid natural gas exports represent a huge market for insurers.
The demand for energy drinks is sparking increased focus on safety and liability issues.