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Construction Trouble in the Empire State

New York

Construction in New York State has historically been subject to a highly litigious environment. Continue reading →

The Future of Air Travel: Two Stories of Where and How

airplane landing

Predicting the growth of commercial passenger air travel is a tale of two skies: one over the developing world, the other over the developed. Developing World: Strong Growth In the developing world, air travel is taking off , literally and … Continue reading →

New Eyes in the Skies – and New Risks to Manage

Insights---Drones-V3-2

Odd, white, windowless airplanes. Small, spider-like camera carriers. The drones, of course, are here now, much debated as weapons of war and under development as a package delivery method by at least one of the world’s largest online retailers. Continue reading →

Does Africa Remain a Top Emerging Opportunity for Business?

Africa in Nutshell

Does Africa remain a top emerging opportunity for business? Where are the next BRIC opportunities? Are corporations ready? Are Ebola and Boko Haram deal breakers? Continue reading →

Energy Insurance Market is Not Truly Soft

Oil Refinery (offshore)

In this short video for www.re360.co I explain why I don’t believe the global energy insurance market is truly, what we would call ‘soft’ – i.e. very broad coverage for buyers at very low premium rates. I go on to … Continue reading →

China Still a Good Bet, but Manage Those Risks

China liability

Although recent reports show some decline in foreign investment business in May year over year, China is still important—but not as important as it was a few years ago. This is due to the less favorable operating conditions in the … Continue reading →

Using a Financial Impact Analysis to Define Risk Tolerance

Analytics

Many of the world’s leading corporations do not have an explicit and agreed definition of their risk tolerance or appetite. We facilitate and guide many clients in this area. An important tool for us to start a conversation about tolerance … Continue reading →

The State of Employee Health Benefits

Defined Contribution + Wellness Strategies

As employers finalize their preparations for 2015 health reform deadlines, recent events surrounding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“PPACA”) have led many of them scratching their heads over how their plans should be implemented. Continue reading →

Feeling the Heat of Wildfire Risk

US Wildfire stats

An untended campfire. A tossed cigarette. A trash fire on a windy day. These are some of the typical sparks of wildfires. But the real source is seasonal dryness exacerbated by drought, which experts now say is being fueled by … Continue reading →

Casualty Marketplace is a Buyer’s Market; Take the Money and Sit – at the Negotiating Table

abstract charts and graphs

Moderating rate pressure continues in the casualty marketplace in North America, and we are counseling risk managers not to take the money and run but to sit down with their carriers and consider several ways to take advantage of what … Continue reading →