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In this edition of People on the Move, EPIC, AIG, Ascinsure and more see people moving in their ranks.
New cyber model platforms will help insurers better manage aggregation risk within their books of business.
Carriers continue their vital role of helping insureds mitigate risks and promote safety.
Chubb’s fine arts team takes pride in returning a treasured piece of art to a Philadelphia-area family.
As seas rise, so does the risk that buyers will become leery of taking on mortgages along our coasts.
Once the darling of the P&C world, commercial auto is now its problem child. Faced with escalating losses, insurers have no choice but to continue to raise rates and write smarter.
Eventually, human error will be eliminated from motoring. What does that mean for auto insurers?
With forecasting at the heart of the business, insurers want the truth, the whole truth and, quite literally, nothing but the truth.
From gaps in coverage to confusing terminology and hidden exclusions, choosing the right stand-alone cyber policy is a complex and challenging process.
Bringing manufacturing back might seem appealing, but the movement brings with it a host of risks.
A private client executive with Ironshore looks for strong building codes and building code enforcement when underwriting high net worth homes.
Risk & Insurance® caught up with FM Global’s Grace Ries to discuss the insurer’s latest cyber products and its approach to helping clients manage their cyber exposures.
Collaborative robots, known as cobots, are rapidly expanding in the workforce due to their versatility and ability to work alongside humans.
Participating in a captive requires understanding of both risk distribution and risk pooling.
The losses in commercial auto are disturbing but analytics provides answers.
Disclosure requests on policy applications can create a minefield of exposures for insureds. Tread carefully.
The 2017 Insurance Executives to Watch shoulder pressing responsibilities in a global competition for customers, talent and top-line growth; and that’s just fine with them.
Demand is growing for kidnap, ransom and extortion insurance, with a specific need for real-time security intelligence around the world.
Research-based engineering and predictive analytics help underwriters take on bigger risks.
No longer a niche market, loss histories for renewable energy are reworking how green is insured.
Discerning insurance buyers and their brokers increasingly seek specialist wordings from a professional liability community that is desperate to differentiate.