Category Archives: Featured Post

Time for a fresh look at the annual benefits enrollment landscape

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For employers planning to dust off last year’s process for this next enrollment period, stop! If you haven’t made changes, then you’re likely behind the curve. Continue reading →

How financial services can address the growing cyber risk threat

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To effectively mitigate cyber risks, firms must view the exposure in the context of overarching enterprise risk management and manage the human element of data security. Continue reading →

Assessing climate risk: How and why you should create your own view

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Corporations are under increasing pressure to address climate risks, a broad term that can mean different things to different people, so it is a tricky risk to quantify. Continue reading →

5 key considerations to mitigate risks amid growing political and social unrest

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When it comes to the combustible world of political unrest, companies that plan ahead and review both their risk appetite and insurance coverage are well-placed to manage the hazards. Continue reading →

Linking employee emotional and corporate wellbeing: A Focus on the LGBTQ+ community in recognition of Pride month

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Organizations need to think holistically about how they are emotionally, socially, physically and financially supporting the LGBTQ+ portion of their workforce. Continue reading →

3 drivers of epic risk culture failures

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Organizations that foster a positive risk culture tend to be those that thrive. This is an imperative of the strategic chief risk officer (CRO). Continue reading →

IFRS 17: Tinder for insurance accountants and actuaries?

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As the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) irons out a number of kinks in IFRS 17, one thing that won’t change is the need for actuarial and finance teams to work seamlessly to hit reporting deadlines once it’s implemented. Continue reading →

Managing geopolitical risk in the energy industry

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By considering geopolitical risk through six distinct lenses, you can view the exposures more clearly and recombine them into a holistic picture. Continue reading →

Leadership in a digital age

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Many leaders find it challenging to cope with the increasing pace and unpredictability of change. Today, companies are back to the drawing board with fundamental questions. Continue reading →

Developing a strategy to prevent and manage opioid risk and misuse among your employees

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Employers can help reduce the risk of opioid misuse by implementing strategies to minimize and even prevent the need to prescribe opioids in the first place. Continue reading →