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These are the can’t-miss sessions lined up for RIMS 2019 this year as chosen by the editors of Risk & Insurance®.
Risk professionals need to personalize safety messages so employees make it part of their on-the-job practice.
New legal guidelines should strengthen board governance and reputation risk management.
After nearly two years of planning, Philadelphia’s risk manager expects a peaceful and well-organized Democratic National Convention.
Applying a broader definition to retained losses and control costs, organizations can identify new opportunities to reduce cost across the full spectrum of risk.
Risk managers should expand prohibitions on workplace bullying.
The risk management burden is endless and ever-varying.
Many leaders in academia are in denial about the risks facing their institutions.
If your actuary lacks a cogent understanding of your loss reserve analysis; maybe it’s time to get a new actuary.
Organizations win when they integrate risk management into strategic decision-making.
GM’s Global Director of Risk and Insurance Alan Gier went from assembling cars to structuring insurance programs.
Innocent, everyday customers are treated as security threats, but that’s business as usual.
Risk management challenges are growing, but resources to meet those challenges are not.
Safety is good business as long as businesses spend sensibly on safety management and are straight with employees.
Brokers can play a key role in helping insureds get a grip on cyber risk.
Involving the community and public officials in emergency management planning can be difficult.
Avis Budget Group’s director of risk management, Barbara Vitale, lauds the industry for bringing more women into the fold.
Determining risk appetite and tolerance depends on your long term strategic objectives.
Public sector risk managers often must make split-second judgments based upon community standards.
Many risk managers use a retrospective approach to risks, when they should be analyzing where the next risks are coming from.