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Pilot Training is a Top Priority for Asian Airlines

airplane cockpit

Chris Kempis, chief pilot of the Airbus Fleet at Cathay Pacific Airlines, and I spoke about airline safety earlier this year in Hong Kong.  In that conversation (videotaped here), he said that safely transporting dangerous goods and maintaining a highly … Continue reading →

IndiGo Airlines CEO: Air Traffic Management a Top Issue for India’s Aviation Sector

Aditya Ghosh, CEO of IndiGo AIrlines

Earlier this year Aditya Ghosh, CEO of IndiGo Airlines, and I discussed the top concerns of airline businesses in his region.  “In India we are such a large country and so underpenetrated in terms of the airline business,” he said. … Continue reading →

Cathay Pacific CEO: Asia’s Rapid Expansion Brings New Risks for Airlines

Asia flight paths

Earlier this year I spoke to Ivan Chu, CEO of Cathay Pacific Airways, about Asia’s enormous growth opportunity for the aviation sector. Chu explained that over half of the world’s population lives within five hours flight time of Hong Kong. … Continue reading →

Steve Hearn at RIMS: What it Means to be the Analytical Broker

RIMS_Steve-Hearn-with-Colleen

Two years ago at RIMS, Steve Hearn led the Willis team that announced the company’s ambition to become the analytical  broker. Now Deputy CEO of Willis Group, Hearn returns to RIMS  to talk about the progress made. Continue reading →

CEO Dominic Casserley Discusses Gras Savoye on Eve of RIMS

RIMS---DC-with-Colleen

On the eve of RIMS, the insurance industry’s leading annual conference, Dominic Casserley discussed the recent announcement that Willis has made a firm offer to exercise its option to buy leading French insurance broker. Continue reading →

Health Care Reform: Compliance Challenges for 2015 and Beyond

health insurance marketplace statement

2015 will continue to be a year of catching up on compliance for employers under Health Care Reform. Continue reading →

What Risks Will Emerge in 2015?

storm light house

Our list of emerging risks for 2015 covers the kind of perils that keep risk managers up at night: cyber risk, oil price volatility, the changing demands of today’s workforce, the over-confidence corporations have in the ability of their entity … Continue reading →

On the Front Lines of the Cyber Battlefield

state-sponsored terrorists

This week's headlines highlight the risk of state-sponsored cyber terrorists--but cyber policies often include a war exclusion that could put coverage in jeopardy. Continue reading →

For PPACA, 2015 is Here

PPACA: 2015

2015 will be the first real test from an employer perspective on the mandates under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“PPACA”). Most employers that have to comply with the PPACA mandates found that their plans typically met the minimum … Continue reading →

Why We Were All Wrong About the Airline Marketplace. Again.

aviation underwriters

I’ll admit it. I was among those predicting serious insurance rate increases for airlines following the terrible and very public disasters in the skies this past year. But here we are in Q4, the crucial season for airline insurance renewals, … Continue reading →