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How can we prepare for the future of risk management? The Institutes’ Future of Risk Conference, a three day all-virtual event, looks to answer that question.
Crew members are bearing the brunt of a new wave of passenger harassment while the dangers of contracting COVID-19 are ever present.
AIR Worldwide has updated its hurricane and wildfire models to get more granular insight on long-term climate risk.
The threat of cyber attack and ransomware is growing for the manufacturing sector, but insurers are getting ahead now to curb the risk.
For the commercial insurance space, it’s imperative to view D&I tactics with importance, rather than another box to check.
The Vermont captive insurance sector has experienced tremendous growth thanks to its collaborative regulation, extensive infrastructure and commitment to working together.
NFP Management Corp. has taken great strides to enhance its diversity and inclusion initiatives, showing that such efforts in captives are a necessary step forward.
Vermont’s captive insurance industry has come a long way since 1981. Here’s how they state continues to garner success.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to harm workers, workers’ comp executives wonder what the lasting effects of state-mandated presumptions will be.
A real estate developer faces two lawsuits for soil grading issues. When it looks to its geotechnical engineer’s insurer for help, the court has to step in.
True progress in promoting diversity and inclusion in insurance will require a departure from the “safety” of comfortable silos.
Many professionals successfully managed COVID’s changing work environment, but not everyone was so lucky.
Smart kitchen appliances are poised to grow over the next few years. But do these products encourage risky behavior in the kitchen?
While our society categorizes cheating for success a deplorable act, the behavior is common among financial executives and politicians alike. Where does that leave insurance?
Insureds facing a ransom should know ahead of time that they are covered. Here’s what they should be on the lookout for and the steps that will help mitigate the risk.
Fine arts broker Alexandra Redfern has tackled a number of exciting challenges over the course of her career, proving insurance is anything but boring.
COVID-19 businesss interruption coverage is denied for this real estate owner after no physical damage is detected.
Sleep is critical for everyone, but when outside stressors — like a global pandemic — keep workers up late, what can employers do to keep employees safe on the job?
A compilation of the latest announcements, partnerships and products that are likely to have an impact on the insurance industry today.
A long-time veteran of risk management for the public sector, Deborah Callahan shares insights on stopping sexual abuse in schools.