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Longevity blind spot threatens to stymie structured settlement annuity portfolio deals

Sellers and potential buyers of structured settlement annuity (SSA) portfolios could find themselves handicapped by outdated and inaccurate mortality projections. Trading activity in SSA portfolios has been on the increase in recent years, stimulated by buyers interested in longevity risk … Continue reading →

Survey results show uptick in liability concerns for U.K. Directors

The results of our fifth annual survey of directors’ liabilities, which we run together with international law firm Allen & Overy, are now available. We’ve looked not only at the risks and exposures facing business leaders, but also at how … Continue reading →

“FR,” your workforce is changing

Or if you are not a Gen Z, for real, your workforce is changing: with critical needs that must be addressed and new opportunities for your organization to be the employer of choice. Let’s continue with a mix of Gen … Continue reading →

The 2017 hurricane season: Will it transform the energy insurance markets?

In the aftermath of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, the thoughts of our colleagues in the energy sector and insurance market are quite rightly directed towards the human tragedy that’s unfolding as new details of the death and destruction wrought by … Continue reading →

The do’s and don’ts of CEO pay ratio communications

You’re probably well on your way to calculating your CEO pay ratio, but have you begun to think about the difficult task of communicating it to internal and external audiences? Or, is your plan to just address it through your … Continue reading →

Forget about software, forget about services. Think about solutions!

Do you have the perfect HR solution to address your organization’s challenges and goals? If so, stop reading. You’re all set. Maybe go grab a glass of wine and celebrate! I think it’s safe to say that as HR professionals, … Continue reading →

Avoid a reporting crisis: Useful tips – part 3

Having gone to the time and trouble of identifying and following through on objectives that help transform reporting processes, the last thing companies want, or can afford, is to miss out on the longer-term efficiencies and payback. As anyone who … Continue reading →

Deadly Hurricane Irma continues towards Florida

Sitting in a conference hall at Columbia University seems far away from violence and destruction being caused by Major Hurricane Irma. However, this conference (The Workshop on Atlantic Climate Variability – Dynamics, Prediction and Hurricane Risk) hosts some of the … Continue reading →

Does your HR portal spark joy?

Does your HR Portal spark joy? You might have read that title and then read it again to make sure you saw that correctly. And then you may have wondered what kind of crazy question is that? It’s not often … Continue reading →

The great data myth: Is the Cloud really less secure than onsite?

Cloud security. It’s one of the most frequently cited concerns for businesses that are considering moving their applications and data to a cloud provider. The common belief is the company’s data is more secure on company-owned servers at onsite data … Continue reading →