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The impact of COVID-19 is unprecedented, yes. But a more aggressive approach might have allowed us to better weather the disruptive storm we’re now in.
Captives offer customized solutions, but quantifying cyber risk is a challenge.
In a record year for M&As, the 2016 Power Brokers excelled at marrying risk management cultures and firming up carrier relationships.
Roger Crombie unloads on the regulatory regime he loves to hate.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
Claims of transparency abound but obfuscation persists. It falls upon risk managers to ensure their companies are getting what they pay for.
The disruptive influence of evolving risks has the potential to drive innovation in the insurance industry and beyond.
A new report offers practical advice for employers considering a large-deductible workers’ comp policy.
Time is almost up for submitting speaker proposals for the 2016 National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference & Expo.
A new schema will create a standard way for insurers to gather data on cyber exposure.
Insurers are working with their clients — and their own organizations — to reduce carbon footprints and better manage climate change.
Industry forum panelists acknowledged cyber security and investment income challenges, but saw growth opportunities in 2016.
Insurance companies have long struggled with poor investment yields, but the recent hike will probably do little to help.
How a smart shirt and lifting weights can trump Big Data.
While insureds with losses can expect an increase, others can look forward to level pricing or even modest discounts.
Fitch Ratings expects deteriorating earnings for insurers and only modest improvements for brokers.
Changing market forces are driving pessimism among independent insurance agencies.
Kids’ Chance, which provides scholarship assistance to kids whose parents have been catastrophically or fatally injured on the job, is working to reach the people who need it most.
Insurance business leaders in 2016 will be expected to both manage change and drive it.
If I could invite nine insurance figures to dinner, these would be the top picks.
Except for cyber, risk managers can expect declining insurance premiums.