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With supply chain woes impacting nearly all businesses, an eye toward resiliency is more than a necessity.
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.
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.
War and terror were the areas where businesses said in January that their resilience was low.
Hurricane predictions expect at least19 named storms in 2022, four of which could be CAT 3 or larger.
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.
Contingent business interruption can help companies recover losses from supply chain woes.
A ship fire that destroyed luxury vehicles raises the question: whose insurance will cover these losses?
Construction insurance pricing is being impacted by several risks of note that underwriters must review.
Companies may be expanding inventory to manage increased online shopping, but are they managing the risk appropriately?
For workers’ compensation personnel who face supply chain shortages and delays to providing injured worker care, there are some effective strategies to mitigate disruptions.
What is creating issues within the global supply chain and business resilience? FM Global has identified these six factors as root causes.
Better data analytics is enabling a number of new parametric insurance solutions from a product to cover losses caused by an active assailant to ways to manage supply chain risk.
In March, a large container ship blocked the Suez Canal for six days, costing nearly $400 million an hour in global trade losses. Now, cargo and vessel owners are asking, “Who foots the bill?”
A manufacturing error out of a plant in Baltimore has made 15 million doses of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine unusable.
Distributing the COVID-19 vaccine requires collaboration from multiple stakeholders, opening organizations up to cyber and other risks in the process.
Despite little immediate property loss, megaships pose serious challenges to marine insurance and risk management.
Insurers are actively vetting supply chains and their own operations to put an end to human economic exploitation.
As supply chains continue to lean into a digitized marketplace, it is imperative that risk managers view every potential threat that could manifest into a true cyber catastrophe.