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These four risk trends are contributing to a challenging EPLI and fiduciary insurance market.
Sotheby’s is in the hot seat as former workers band together to fight alleged misclassification and payment qualms.
From government underwriter to 2022 Nonprofit Power Broker®, Marsh’s Julie Martin has quite the story.
Artificial intelligence is becoming an increasingly important tool for commercial insurers, but ethical concerns remain.
Winter Storm Uri hit Texas in February 2021. Now, insurance is feeling the strain.
Flexibility in scheduling is becoming the norm for employers as we start to return to an office setting. This is great news, because the pandemic certainly changed the working climate.
Group health could stand to learn a lesson or two from the workers’ compensation industry.
The latest happenings in the news that could impact the insurance industry.
Each year will bring a new class of medications onto the radar of pharmacy benefit managers, here’s what they’re watching now.
Professional firms are feeling the weight of changing litigation trends, but experts say capital isn’t a concern.
Global risk management programs are never one-size-fits-all. They’re tailor-made through unrelenting collaboration between partners.
The National Hockey League has filed suit against its insurers over alleged revenue losses during mandatory COVID-19 shutdowns.
Vermont native Maigh Wright has found a stimulating career in her home state’s captive industry.
The Vermont Captive Insurance Association is back in-person for its annual conference this August.
Insurance industry financial resources and human capital are stalwart contributors to social wellbeing.
The State of Vermont is known for its captive knowledge base and its success with for-profit businesses. It’s equally adept at offering alternate risk transfer to the nonprofit sector.
Vermont’s captive examiners pride themselves on being just one part of a competent, veteran financial regulation network.
Focusing on the interconnectivity of risk can help ensure the smooth functioning of business, even in the face of emerging threats.
A telemedicine visit in another state leads to legal action for this fictive health care system.
When it comes to managing property’s biggest risks like natural catastrophes, having a risk consultant team in your back pocket will go a long way.