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Ahead of RIMS’ annual conference in late April, we sat down with industry executives to see what trends they’ll be keen to discuss at the show.
One of the thorniest issues in cyber coverage may be choosing which broker should lead coverage placement.
Sensors, 3D laser scanning, virtual reality and more are reshaping the traditional job site.
Sports risk management faces a different kind of challenge — especially if the team is well-known and successful.
This year’s Excellence in Risk Management report reveals a gap between awareness of new technologies and the ability to employ them strategically.
Five sessions in San Antonio that should pack them in.
Sexual harassment and the threats and opportunities in artificial intelligence will be on this year’s RIMS agenda.
New cyber model platforms will help insurers better manage aggregation risk within their books of business.
If barriers to implementation are brought down, blockchain offers potential for financial institutions.
Risk managers can use IoT for data analytics and other risk mitigation needs, but connected devices also offer a multitude of exposures.
Damage to brand and reputation ranked as the top risk concern of risk managers throughout the world.
Liberty Mutual appears to be the first carrier to create a workflow process for evaluating medical marijuana expense reimbursement requests.
Carriers continue their vital role of helping insureds mitigate risks and promote safety.
Companies should focus on response, resiliency and recovery when it comes to cyber risks.
Speakers at this year’s RIMS conference in Philadelphia will address political and economic uncertainties, and how risk managers can transform them into opportunities.
Learning from peers and professional organizations aids professional and personal success.
Molding the expectations of customers and shareholders through ERM is critical to reputation protection.
Captives can cover risks excluded from conventional terrorism policies and the potential gap left by the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act.