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With more people and risks on the road than ever, more carriers are pulling back in capacity creating bumpy roads ahead for the trucking industry.
With markets hardening, more companies are turning to risk retention strategies, such as alternative risk transfer and captives, to keep their coverage more affordable.
Creating a backstop that will allow insurers to administrate government funding in the case of a pandemic makes good risk management sense.
For companies that wish to avoid the start-up and carrying costs of a standalone captive, a cell captive might just be the answer.
As technology evolves, risk managers will need to be more agile than ever before as they develop creative risk solutions for the future.
Insurance designations do more than add value to a career; they symbolize a constant pursuit of learning and commitment to the insurance industry.
As toll manufacturers grapple with supply chain risk, carriers step up where they can. Here are the lessons other industries can learn.
Approximately 10% of the captives domiciled in Vermont are for international companies. The domicile is perceived by global regulators as well-run and free of the taint of being labeled a tax haven.
New technologies promise better treatment plans and faster recovery, but do carriers and brokers think they’re worth the money?
The youngest baby boomers will retire in 2030. Workers’ comp needs to start preparing for their knowledge transfer now.
Jane Holl Lute joins the Marsh board with a career rich in risk management training and expertise.
In a fast-evolving risk environment, gathering and sharing real-time information will be central to effective loss control.
Telematics bring promise of innovation to the insurance industry, whether you want it or not.
The United Educators is one of the oldest risk transfer organizations and thriving in its Vermont domicile. Here’s their story.
With the ever-evolving risk landscape, risk professionals have to stay on top of today’s biggest drivers of change to combat tomorrow’s business roadblocks.
As business interruption risks become increasingly complicated during COVID-19, will Insurtech be able to step up and find ways to cover losses?
After more than 20 years in prison, the Beatrice Six were released after DNA evidence proved their innocence. The county that arrested them turned to its insurer for coverage.
After a faulty design leads to leakage from a large ice tank, Nova Southeastern University takes the insurer to court.
As connected devices flood households around the globe, consumers demand protection plans that adapt to their risk. One insurer is using data to create a more dynamic solution.
Proprietary insurance carrier platforms offer a clear advantage for commercial agents and underwriters.