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Aiming for the lesser of two evils, PG&E willingly shut down service to customers. More of this, not less, is on the way, which makes business resiliency planning all the more important.
The new U.S. tax laws limit the percentage of a loss that insurers can write down for tax purposes. That’s one of four key factors that is leading to a hard market for commercial property insurance.
A veteran risk manager based in the UK gives Risk & Insurance readers his take on the impact of Brexit on Lloyds, the largest specialty insurance market in the world.
In our economy’s engine, capital is the fuel and insurance is the oxygen. How insurers pivot and manage their exposure to climate change could yet play a major role in reducing the threat.
What happens when foreign powers start holding U.S. companies liable for gun deaths suffered by their citizens on U.S. soil? A whole new area and era of risk exposure.
Malcolm Gladwell points out the human tendency to lock down on first and subsequent impressions of strangers. It’s a key risk management failure that can have dire consequences.
It is in the self-interest of the financial industry to address new risks brought about by climate change and to scale up the necessary investments to make our societies more resilient.
Becoming more familiar with data and expanding your analytical skills are two ways to do your insurance claims job better.
Apple, BMW and Cisco are just some of the companies that are transforming the way data is used in insurance.
The biggest cyber weakness, as these authors so adroitly illuminate, is “between the monitor and the chair,” i.e., the human susceptibility to falling for a cyber scam.
Creating a workplace that is adaptable and responsive to employee desires might seem like a lot of effort. But it’s effort that is well worth it.
Risk Insider Jack Hampton made a few discoveries while on vacation: One, driving across the Yukon was not a good idea. And two, risk management skills are handy when traveling.
A fund crafted for utilities in California is a model for other states and communities to share the cost of risk mitigation and disaster resilience.
Affordable Care Act reporting is mind-numbingly complicated. Here’s how to see your way through the weeds when you discover an error.
Implementing a Medicare for All system would be challenging and may not have immediate results, but for the future’s sake, it could be just what the doctor ordered.
Operational technology is the latest target of cyber attacks and the consequences can be severe.
Subrogation is an important topic that should be discussed, but it shouldn’t be presented in an isolated, misleading way.
The threat of social engineering and bank fraud are likely to continue. Strong risk management remains the best weapon for businesses to avoid getting conned.
When the new iPhone is released, we flock to stores. When new ERM strategies come to market, we open our wallets. But is the price tag on these so-called “must buys” worth the price?
Boeing’s $100 million compensation fund is an investment in the future of the company’s image. But what will happen when the settlements come in?