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Risk & Insurance® sat down with The Hartford’s Mo Tooker to discuss everything from the state of supply chain risk to inflationary pressure for insureds.
Insurance industry financial resources and human capital are stalwart contributors to social wellbeing.
Vermont’s captive examiners pride themselves on being just one part of a competent, veteran financial regulation network.
A telemedicine visit in another state leads to legal action for this fictive health care system.
A surprising response to a bomb threat was just the test of mettle needed for a career in assuming other people’s risks.
Initiatives that the insurance provider participates in ranges from supporting Kids’ Chance of America to supplying meals within a COVID-19 relief effort.
CPCU Society’s annual Reinsurance & Excess Surplus Lines Symposium was a virtual two-days experience of education, networking and fun.
The emus and geckos aren’t showing the world the true impact of insurance. Maybe it’s time for a marketing reset.
Allied World’s new head of accident and health insurance for North America envisions a host of business opportunities as traveling employees seek more assurances.
Blockchain technology has made its way into the insurance space. From its capabilities to the potential risks, here’s everything to know.
The impact of Brexit and whether insurance regulation in the United Kingdom is overseeing the sector appropriately are among the factors under review by a committee in the House of Lords.
From establishing solid communication processes to utilizing technology while integrating a personalized touch, today’s claims handling is a melding of innovative strategies and long-standing approaches.
Topics highlighted in the outlook included climate change, enabling strong cultural values, and attracting young talent.
When one company is sued by a former employee, the court is tasked with deciding which insurance policy will pay out.
2021 was a very bad year, and it came to a head when columnist Roger Crombie faced bankruptcy.
Results included a core operating income rounding out to $1.65 billion and underwriting income reaching $1.27 billion.
When a broker exudes creativity and industry knowledge, and has customer service in their blood, we call them Power Brokers.
Insurance is generally a good business in the moral sense, in my view, serving as it does the smallest and largest of risk takers at their time of need.
Construction insurance pricing is being impacted by several risks of note that underwriters must review.
Annual Allianz Risk Barometer survey finds those three risks ahead of COVID and supply chain disruptions; lack of skilled labor debuts on list.
With third-party litigation funding reaching $17 billion in 2021, companies and their insurers are likely to see an uptick in social inflation in the years to come.