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The Future of HR: Architecting how work gets done

HR is in the best place to evolve its role into managing how work gets done versus enabling the management of employees. Continue reading →

Brexit impact on transportation industry

The U.K. Government has invoked Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, meaning Britain’s exit from the E.U. will be complete by the end of March 2019. Continue reading →

Trump Administration and financial institutions: 3 things we know

Now that we are a couple of months into the Trump presidency it is important to take stock and determine how risk management at financial institutions will be impacted by the likely changes that appear on the horizon. General economic … Continue reading →

Supreme Court victory for U.K. Financial Conduct Authority spells trouble for senior managers

The recent U.K. Supreme Court decision in Financial Conduct Authority V Macris has clarified the law—but not in a way that will give comfort to senior managers. Continue reading →

Guide to errors and omissions liability insurance for financial institutions

The concept of professional liability has expanded to include professions other than medical malpractice – like financial institution management. Continue reading →

A world on edge: Political risk in 2017

Two words capture the political climate in much of the world today: uncertainty and disruption. This is the kind of volatility that political risk insurance addresses. Continue reading →

Top 10 ideas insurers include in their risk appetite

In 2016, Willis Re performed a study of 48 (mostly U.S.-based) insurer risk appetite and tolerance statements. Continue reading →

Uptake of robotic-assisted surgery brings risk

Once considered a far-fetched science fiction notion, robotics is now being used in the medical arena, offering transformative potential in patient care, prostheses and surgery. The proliferation of surgical robotics offers many cost- and precision-related advantages, but it also gives … Continue reading →

Waiting for the dust to settle: The effects of volcanic ash on the aviation industry

In April 2010 Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull volcano erupted, wreaking havoc across European airspace. At its maximum impact, 75% of all European airline operations were closed. Over seven days of disruption, 10 million people were unable to travel and airline losses reached … Continue reading →

Employee surveys: To pulse or not to pulse?

Survey technology has evolved to enable companies to design and deploy simple online surveys and receive reports quickly, and because of this, there has been growing desire to conduct pulse surveys. Continue reading →