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From power grid failures to rising costs to more widespread injury and illness, these risks reflect just how complex and far-reaching the effects of severe weather events can be.
From data breach lawsuits to tarnished reputations to environmental damage to broken equipment, here are ten potentially costly consequences of a cyberattack.
When it comes to environmental, social and governance plans, understanding impact on talent, M&A, EPLI and more will go a long way in compliance.
With inflation rising, every line of insurance must stay on top of its impact and what that means for business moving into the new year.
The construction industry is constantly innovating and finding new ways to improve building standards. But there is also a slew of risk to review before true innovations can soar.
Risks across the board are on the rise, accelerating specialty risk solutions to address their needs.
From individual sectors to the business world at large, supply chain issues stemming from the last few years have had a massive impact.
From hurricane season to protests on the street, these are the major property risks of note for businesses of all sizes.
Focusing on the interconnectivity of risk can help ensure the smooth functioning of business, even in the face of emerging threats.
With more than 2 million job openings in the U.S. alone, the labor shortage is causing more risks for businesses.
From climate change to labor shortages, the construction industry faces more than its share of risks.
Corvus Insurance names its first president and AXA XL names new leaders in Cyber and Climate in this edition of People on the Move.
After the brunt of the pandemic has passed, these are the top risks and trends to watch in the workers’ compensation arena.
From securities litigation down to adoption of ESG efforts, how professional lines embrace the post-pandemic world will require an added review of potential risk.
Every year, severe weather costs approximately $630 billion for the U.S. But this is not a property issue alone; several lines are feeling the strain.
The way society interacts with and views businesses has shifted in recent years. From a higher demand for corporate social responsibility to a bigger virtual presence, here’s how society is changing the risk landscape.
Almost a year into the pandemic, several trends are starting to form, from increases in litigation to changing business continuity standards.
From PPE to growing natural catastrophes, these are the ways COVID-19 is impacting property.