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Why Risk is Becoming a Boardroom Issue: Dominic Casserley and John Haley at RIMS

As thousands of risk and insurance professionals across the industry gather for the Risk & Insurance Management Society’s annual conference in San Diego this week, I caught up with John Haley and Dominic Casserley about some of the external forces … Continue reading →

A Perfect D&O Storm

Economic headwinds, individual accountability and disruptive change, like forces of nature, are converging in a way that could change the game for directors & officers (D&O) risk. Continue reading →

Cyber: The ‘Big Picture’ Depends on Understanding the Details

Despite spending a ton of money on consultants and technology to address cyber vulnerabilities, financial directors still find themselves unable to quantify their residual cyber exposure. Further, they don’t know to what degree their existing insurance solutions provide cyber cover … Continue reading →

Terrorism: An Evolving Response to an Evolving Threat

malware as terrorism

Modes of terrorist attack are changing. The world today confronts the self-proclaimed Islamic State, built on terrorist tactics and apparently determined to export its methods in any way it can. In the US, we see acts of terror perpetrated by … Continue reading →

US Property Insurance Rates Keep Falling

When the rate reductions of -12.5% to -17.5% we predicted for Q2 came true for many, we saw a lot of smiles on the faces of insurance buyers. The reductions, and the smiles, continue. In fact we are now seeing … Continue reading →

A Changing Environment for Environmental Risks

construction rubble

Organizations with environmental exposures – or with real estate/acquisition plans that might make them start thinking about environmental exposures – have several options for including environmental insurance in their risk transfer portfolio. An evolving marketplace is changing the value of … Continue reading →

The Impact of Urbanization on Construction

urban density

Sharing information with colleagues is always a good strategy – and even better when it can be recorded and shared. Recently I had the opportunity to chat with Construction CEO for Willis North America Rick Hawkinberry to discuss urbanization, a … Continue reading →

Political Risk: Looking for the Next Hot Spot

political stress

As Europe and the global economy brace for the uncertain outcome of the Grexit – the word coined to describe the possible exit of Greece from the European Union – we’re reminded that political risk exposures can crop up anywhere. … Continue reading →

Aviation Insurance Experts Describe Key Market Forces

IATA insurer collage

Earlier this I year I spoke with leaders of the aviation insurance industry about the implications of recent trends and market forces affecting the sector. They spoke to me of abundant capacity, consolidation, and more. Continue reading →

Convergence and Social Media Influence Across Industries

TMT convergence

Social media is causing an interesting convergence of sectors within technology, media and telecommunications (TMT). Technology firms are finding themselves becoming social media companies. Telecommunication firms are finding themselves in the tech business. It’s not exactly “dogs and cats living … Continue reading →