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Base salary increases: Same headline, different story

With 2017 salary budget surveys forecasting another 3% increase, companies are restless to do something differently, to spend the 3% budgets more purposefully. Continue reading →

Cyber attack: Ignorance and inaction are no defence

For any company that relies on computers (i.e. just about any company), cyber risk is real, serious and unavoidable. Given that all company directors are legally obliged to promote the success of the companies they serve and, in doing so, … Continue reading →

It might not be so bad for UK construction after all post-Brexit

So, in the UK the Brexit vote has come and gone and in the USA we now have a new president elect, who it would seem, supports the UK’s decision to leave the EU. But how has this impacted the … Continue reading →

Big data is 3-dimensional

Metrics drive risk and claims management. But, is this enough? Risk management is ill-prepared to journey into open waters and chart new routes in metrics. Continue reading →

Getting security right for the Internet of Things

The IoT consumer and enterprise markets offer great opportunities for stakeholders. However, issues related to data management and security will need to be explored and resolved. Continue reading →

A communicator’s guide to an HR portal. If you build it, will they come?

I’ll let you in on a little secret. The answer is “No”. Even if you build the most state-of-the-art human resources website with videos, employee testimonials, gamification, Pokémon Go, and sharks with laser beams attached to their heads, employees still … Continue reading →

How to model a windstorm

Storm Angus hit the U.K. earlier this month (also known as Nannette as designated by the Free University of Berlin). Although insurance industry losses are not expected have much impact on the reinsurance industry, the storm did produce high winds … Continue reading →

Securing property in an age of global terror

Terrorism has come to dominate the news and political agenda. Anyone anywhere can be a victim. Commercial property landlords need to be more aware. Continue reading →

The frontier of innovation in insurance

Is it really happening? Let’s start with the word insurtech. It’s a mashup of insurance and technology and yes, it is happening right now. On the technology side we are seeing trends that have been coming for a while, including … Continue reading →

Am I exposed to/protected from regulatory liability? Search me!

I took part recently in a webcast run by the British Bankers Association (BBA) entitled: “What to do When the Regulator Comes Calling” . Continue reading →