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Indicators in all regions show encouraging signs for the second half of the year.
As the world is met with a debilitating pandemic and catastrophic climate events, the insurance industry can serve as a solution to sustainability.
In2Risk21 marks the first time the CPCU Society was able to meet in-person since the pandemic. Here’s what happened at the annual event.
2021 is set to be a pivotal year for the professional liability insurance markets.
A recent sigma report from Swiss Re finds climate change among the factors driving a steep rise in property and casualty premiums.
Swiss Re’s Andreas Berger says his company has placed a significant human resources investment in technology platforms that should make it easier for brokers and insureds to analyze risks.
COVID-19 accelerated the use of technology in claims. But a human touch is still necessary.
While Bermuda’s captive industry has experienced relative success since its inception, it now faces a major setback following new G7 regulations.
John Marchisi, national director, SPAC segment, financial practice at Gallagher sat down with Risk & Insurance to discuss the recent surge of SPAC usage and what risks need to be top of mind for professionals.
Over the years, the Risk & Insurance carriers Executives to Watch have included the likes of Sanjay Godwhani, Barbara Luck, Grace Meek and Evan Greenberg. Who will be the executives to watch in 2022?
A recent webinar by Kroll looked at the surge of ESG standards within the industry and how organizations can best implement them.
Better data analytics is enabling a number of new parametric insurance solutions from a product to cover losses caused by an active assailant to ways to manage supply chain risk.
This report from Swiss Re sheds light on the latest trends in global economic recovery following the peak of the COVID crisis.
To address recent challenges brought on by pandemic, a shifting workforce and more, the insurance industry may find the answer in hyper-automation.
With more individuals leaving the industry than entering, brokerages are turning toward their intern programs to bolster recruitment as well as hone talent.
Mitchell’s Q2 Industry Trends Report looks at the pandemic’s impact on workers’ compensation and claims process capabilities.
The pandemic has heightened financial inequality, climate change risk and the threat posed by ‘zombie’ companies.
Aon and Willis Towers Watson announced their intended merger this spring. The U.S. Department of Justice took note.
QBE’s Todd Jones reflects on his career, market trends and what it takes to build a talented team to not only work with but also grow alongside.
Language is constantly evolving, but that doesn’t mean the industry shouldn’t stick to what’s already working.