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During his employment, one travel insurance rep was able to steal $758,000 from his employer through several fraud schemes before getting caught.
As the pandemic continues, let us not discredit the resilience and diligence humans have exhibited along the way.
Risk & Insurance honors four entities with the Teddy Award for Excellence within the workers’ comp industry.
Marsh’s Sarah Griffith shares her story, from her roots at AIG during the 2008 recession to her successes as a broker working through the pandemic.
Alternate risk transfer vehicles are getting more attention these days in workers’ compensation, given how much the pandemic pressured some business models.
Global climate change is making wildfires worse. What U.S. insurers and insureds need to do to prepare.
When Roger Crombie met an actuary for the first time, it felt as if he was meeting a god.
Georgia State University announces an online master of actuarial science program, available for enrollment in the fall of 2021.
High-profile attacks target heavy industry, manufacturing and infrastructure, but there are ways to stave off the risk.
The ARM designation serves as an optimal path toward creating a solid risk management foundation.
BHTP’s Dean Sivley details the current travel trends and how travel insurance will adapt.
For a low frequency, high severity peril like earthquake, businesses need to know their risk management plans before a single pebble falls out of place.
Cyber coverage specificity is lacking. Brokers, insureds and carriers face a mandate to communicate clearly and craft appropriate coverage.
J.J. Fuqua, director, global risk management for Papa John’s, shares about his risk management journey and talks rising premiums.
New capital is entering the market while some insurance-linked securities investors tighten their belts.
The team at Saint Peter’s Health Care System revamped its workers’ comp program to great success — reducing injuries by 58% in four years.
Multinational companies are best served by working with an insurance partner that understands the global landscape and that can navigate changing complexities and exposures as they occur.
Cyber risks are about more than private data; they imperil core operational functions and strategic objectives. If cyber security doesn’t already have the attention of the board, it’s time to change that.
With many non-essential roles eliminated or put on pause during the pandemic, employers and their workers’ comp partners had to get creative with transitional work.
The quirky and profound ways in which insurance and risk management impact our lives.