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Emerging risks are always in mind for underwriters, but reinventing the wheel is rarely necessary to give brokers and insureds the new types of security they seek.
In this softening marketplace, risk managers can reap the rewards of improved and robust coverage.
Political correctness may have good intentions, but the results lead to perdition.
Insurance payouts may help take some of the sting out of the loss of two Yankee star pitchers.
GM’s gambit to restore its reputation.
Money apparently can’t buy success at this year’s World Cup.
An over-reliance on models is diminishing the art of underwriting.
Experts say the latest round of WC reforms in California will not rival the success of reforms established a decade ago.
Insurers’ improved combined ratio no guarantee of softer markets ahead.
Workers’ comp insurer premium expansion largest since 2005-2007 hard market.
A Risk & Insurance® exclusive interview, with insights from Peter Zaffino, John Keogh, Greg Case and Hank Greenberg.
The value of data in a merger cannot be underestimated.
The predicted uptick in M&As is not expected to immediately impact pricing for risk managers.
Marsh: P/C rates to remain competitive this year — with some exceptions.
Could a weather-related insurance solution be designed to help airlines cope with cancellation losses?
Cyber risk is a foundation-level exposure that should be viewed similar to a company’s property, liability or workers’ comp risks.
Surplus lines markets rally as standard carriers lose high-risk appetite.
A softening market worries reinsurers, but they remain optimistic about growth.
Driverless technology is flowing to the oceans, but risks will slow global adoption.
Revolutionary 3D printing processes offer known and unknown risks.
Increased building brings with it an uptick in coverage, and some new designs.