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Property risks, like people, may seem similar on the surface. But asking the right questions reveals their unique characteristics.
We focus on the risk mitigation and coverage challenges of climate change, economic nationalism, cyber business interruption and artificial intelligence.
The same technologies that are driving business forward are upending the nature of loss exposures and presenting new coverage challenges.
Nationalistic policies aim to boost American wealth and prosperity, but they may do long-term economic damage.
Economic nationalism is upsetting the risk management landscape by presenting challenges in once stable environments.
Attacks on internet infrastructure commence, leaving unknown risks for insureds and insurers alike.
As seas rise, so does the risk that buyers will become leery of taking on mortgages along our coasts.
The power of states and individuals to bring action in the case of an environmental event remains intact despite the new administration’s proposals.
Systems and solutions used for work outside of corporate IT systems introduce a variety of risks.
That property in the foothills may look enticing, but climate change is driving an increasing occurrence of mudslides.
Once the darling of the P&C world, commercial auto is now its problem child. Faced with escalating losses, insurers have no choice but to continue to raise rates and write smarter.
Manufacturing’s return will require re-evaluating insurance programs, challenging underwriters to analyze new risks.
As Britain’s separation from the EU looms closer, businesses and their brokers strategize.
Allegations of short-selling based on cyber security rumors create a new vulnerability for risk managers.
Employers, especially in technology, are fearful of changes to the foreign worker visa program.
After 20 years on the job, TransUnion’s Joon Sung knows that risk management success is based in part on the quality of relationships with brokers, carriers and other risk professionals.
Insurers, take note. We, the people, are widely starved of first-class service. Offer us some, and we’re yours.
With more buzz than proven capability around telemedicine, buyers should ask critical questions.
With rules or without, spoken or unspoken, organizations that don’t self-regulate will eventually fail.
Quirky and profound ways in which risk management and insurance impact our world.