Three years ago, I bought a car. A Mini. I hate it. It is the single most over-engineered object in history. The driver’s space is so poorly designed that recently I suffered a bruised a rib on the center console. If the car is ever hit side on, I’ll be your former columnist. I cannot… View Article
For more than 350 years, the insurance model has been simple: Repair and replace after damage. However, with modern technology, we can now help our customers before they face loss. I recently joined the leaders of two preeminent insurance research organizations — Roy Wright of the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) and… View Article
Staffing shortages, social inflation and violence are making health care an increasingly dangerous field. But strategic management and the adoption of tech promise safer spaces for caregivers and patients.
As the risk landscape, and the tools used to mitigate those risks, continue to evolve, Lucy Pilko, AXA XL’s chief executive officer of insurance for the Americas, is poised and ready to meet those changes.