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For more than 350 years, the insurance model has been simple: Repair and replace after damage. However, with modern technology, we can now help our customers before they face loss. I recently joined the leaders of two preeminent insurance research organizations — Roy Wright of the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) and… View Article
Katie McGrath of Swiss Re shares her view on catastrophic weather events and their impact on insurers and insureds alike.
When it comes to putting the idea of Predict & Prevent into practice, the whole team — insurer, risk manager, everyone — must be involved.
To withstand today’s multifarious perils, risk managers need to lead enterprise-wide strategy, but they can’t do it alone.
Research reveals what is possible when collaboration is employed to solve major challenges facing society.
When it comes to predicting and preventing natural catastrophe property losses, risk professionals are finding tech solutions rooted in resiliency.
Telematics and crash avoidance technologies are predicting and preventing accidents, making our roads safer.
A raft of new innovations and technologies is advancing the cause of predicting and preventing general property losses.
Data-capturing technology can help management teams evaluate the safety of nearly every workplace and, in the process, predict and prevent worker injuries.
If insurance and other entities don’t full apply the science of predicting and preventing losses, they may face unmanageable claims.
Traditional risk transfer is no longer adequate to keep up with the colossal forces transforming society. We need an ounce of prevention.