Carisk CEO Joe Berardo Jr. talks his career, risk transfer in catastrophic claims and the importance of the biopsychosocial claims approach.
Workers’ comp risk manager Norm Licanto shares why company culture plays a vital role in every workplace injury claim.
A seasoned pair of insurance pros, Mitch Blaser and Mark Wheeler launched Mosaic Insurance in February. Here’s the story of their journey so far.
QBE’s Todd Jones reflects on his career, market trends and what it takes to build a talented team to not only work with but also grow alongside.
Headquartered in Tinton Falls, New Jersey, World Insurance has roughly 20 offices in New Jersey but has expanded to where it has 135 offices in 28 states.
Global risk management director Michael Lubben speaks to the challenges of understanding business exposures and the impact of data analytics on the industry.
Mike Karmilowicz of Everest Insurance shares details about his company culture, the threat of cyber and how technology will impact the insurance industry going forward.
2021 RIMS President Ellen Dunkin of Amalgamated Life Insurance shares her story and how she worked to get risk management face time with upper management.
After a career that included stints with Jardine Lloyd Thompson and Aon, Steve McGill and some partners take aim at the specialty insurance brokering segment in the U.S.
Experts discuss the implications of remote work and what employers look for in potential employees post-pandemic.
Doing the right thing has guided Julia Keenan, head of LexPro, throughout her career. As an insurance executive, there are decisions to be made everyday. Taking the moral path will typically yield solid results.
Coalition CEO Joshua Motta shares his views on the evolution of cyber insurance, insurance regulation and a number of additional topics with Risk & Insurance.
AIG-veteran Glenn Clark has built an enviable career in commercial insurance. The founder of Target Markets, he is now owner of Rockwood Programs, a specialist in the management and professional liability space.
The coronavirus pandemic may have a vaccine, but that does not mean it’s been eradicated. Now is the time for workers’ comp professionals to recognize what the impacts of the virus could be moving forward.
Susan Johnson, chief diversity and inclusion officer for The Hartford, explains how the industry is responding to 2020’s global calls for equality by diversifying hiring and building more inclusive corporate cultures.
From COVID-19 to hurricane season, property owners felt the strains of 2020. Liberty Mutual’s Gregg Cunningham and Ed Mazman share what we can glean from the lessons learned this year.
Even during a global pandemic, Philadelphia Insurance Companies has found a way to effectively utilize its culture and encourage employees through positivity and innovation.
Mohit Pande says consideration of short-term climate signals could yield more accurate frequency projections.
David Young and Tron Emptage share what Optum Workers’ Comp and Auto No-fault have been diligently working on all year to keep their employees and clients safe and informed during COVID-19.
As Liberty Mutual’s Steve Deane explains, technology doesn’t hold as much merit without the people and culture behind it.