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Companies are failing to meet diversity commitments. Could litigation be in their future?
Josh Landau, the president of the International Insurance Society, shares insight on what to expect at the upcoming Global Insurance Forum.
Despite having an exceptional year, the excess and surplus market has had its fair share of hurdles to overcome.
Meeting the risk management needs of today’s small businesses requires just as much finesse and sophistication as carriers tend to offer to large enterprises.
Cybersecurity is facing a dearth of qualified professionals… And so is insurance. What’s cyber insurance to do?
Women are a vital part of the working world. For male-dominated industries like construction, now is the time to consider what true diversity and inclusion looks like.
Taking place November 10-12 in San Francisco, In2Risk22 brings together risk and insurance professionals from around the world
Greenlight Re’s second quarter earnings report highlights challenges to capacity and claims reserves.
Of note: Not only is the D&O market growing, but the loss experience is improving.
When Max Tillitt succumbed to opioid addiction, his mother took their insurance to court after it allegedly cut Tillitt’s recovery funds short.
Pete Miller, CEO of The Institutes, shares why placing people first is a key part of his management philosophy.
Insurance industry internships, broader career development opportunities and bringing better health care to underserved communities are all interwoven into the workers’ compensation carrier’s mission.
While nothing is perfect, the advent of Insurtech is freeing many brokers from mundane tasks and allowing them to focus on program gaps and other important considerations.
Risk managers and their brokers are restructuring their liability programs as markets shift and underwriters take a closer look at exposures.
From a career in international education to Aon’s international brokerage team, Maxine Lebron shares the benefits of working in a sector that values diversity.
The story of how an attempt to repay a mortgage can trigger the law of unintended consequences.
Zurich Insurance Group’s global head of marine, Howard Kingston, shares his insights on key risks impacting the marine line.
The Hartford’s new global research offering is slated to offer a heightened view of global market dynamics and geopolitical risks that will inform international underwriting and business decisions well into the future.
Net-zero insurance will play a key role in helping the global economy reach the ambitious climate goals needed.
Personal and commercial auto insurance markets have been under pressure for quite some time. Could segmenting risks help temper soaring costs?