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The Allianz Risk Barometer 2023 reveals growing civil unrest as a top concern. Here are the top things for risk and insurance professionals to consider.
From inflation to high interest rates, Munich Re’s Economic Outlook 2023 dives into five key factors influencing global economic conditions.
Despite natural disasters and extreme weather growing, environmental risks were overshadowed by geopolitical conflicts, inflation and mounting national debts in this report.
Aon’s third quarter 2022 Global Catastrophe Recap highlights the strains on insurers from U.S. hurricanes, historic droughts and heatwaves in Europe, and unprecedented flooding in Pakistan.
When the Taliban took over Afghanistan in 2021, broker Seth Cohen met a challenge few in his field have faced.
CNA’s newly released business resilience report projects top global risks and how businesses can readily respond.
The future of event cancellation insurance will be determined by the far-reaching impacts of COVID-19.
With supply chain woes impacting nearly all businesses, an eye toward resiliency is more than a necessity.
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.
Beazley’s recently released report shares top geopolitical risks that businesses are currently facing.
FM Global released its annual FM Global Resilience Index, ranking countries on their ability to adapt and respond to emerging risks.
Creative approaches to managing supply chain and the valuation worries caused by inflation are just a few of the topics on the busy mind of Aon’s Joe Peiser.
Swiss Re’s Ivan Gonzalez spoke with Risk & Insurance about inflation, climate change and property insurance, among other topics.
Here are five questions every risk manager should ask before including financial interest insurance into policies.
Russia’s assault on Ukraine will have far-reaching consequences for governments, businesses and individuals.
From the Russia-Ukraine crisis to supply chain issues, how a business responds and perseveres through risk matters.
Former U.S. Senator and current Lloyd’s Council Member John Sununu shares his perspective on the myriad of global risks facing the industry.
A session at the 2022 RIMS conference looked at how companies and businesses can mitigate the risk brought on by global political events.
How will current tensions across the globe affect the supply chain? Several ways, in fact, and mitigating these business risks is a critical element for all markets.
Travel is starting to bounce back since the onset of the coronavirus. What are the risks that these travelers should be watching?