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Catastrophe losses dented some wholesale and specialty businesses in 2018, but the focus of WSIA’s Underwriting Summit was on how this steadily growing market can continue to thrive.
Hailstorms are happening more often and striking more severely. The insurance industry is trying to find ways to mitigate the damage.
Increasingly sophisticated insurance markets in Latin America market will help ensure that the region will continue to grow and prosper,
Business interruption losses from the Alberta fire will be “massive” according to experts.
Cutting-edge technology such as drones, satellites and 3D imaging allow for quicker, safer and more efficient claims handling.
Captives can cover risks excluded from conventional terrorism policies and the potential gap left by the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act.
The 100 Resilient Cities initiative continues to grow in the U.S. and globally.
Our health and economy are increasingly exposed to a long-documented but ignored risk.
Employers are still slow to take the necessary steps to ensure that their organizations are prepared for violence.
Events prompted educators in Iowa to host the first ever statewide summit on campus safety.
The private insurance market needs to better understand exposure to flooding.
Except for cyber, risk managers can expect declining insurance premiums.
Coral reefs protect against flooding, and coral is used in the creation of heart disease and cancer drugs.
Better modeling and regulatory changes could mean greater private sector participation in flood insurance.
In response to a need to protect fine art and other collectibles from natural catastrophes, the art warehouse industry is on the rise.
A combination of technology and data-centric risk management almost guarantees resilient supply chains.
The fear of powerful winds and storm surge has led to the development of specialty warehouses.
Underwriters are modeling storms better and businesses are revamping their business continuity plans – but memories can be short.
Being in China when the Tianjin explosion occurred left me pondering the insurance implications.
A 45-day superstorm floods California and dishes out economic catastrophe.
A dirty bomb detonated in Manhattan could make a ghost town of the most populous city in the U.S.