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We are now entering a new era for data, which could prove a game-changer for the risk management profession. In this article, Hélène Stanway, digital leader at AXA XL outlines how Artificial Intelligence (AI) and data will change the practice of risk management.
Gently down the stream: How international insurance programmes can help manage large and evolving energy risks
In this article, AXA XL’s Todd Wilhelm sheds light on the latest trends in the management and transfer of downstream energy risk and how downstream energy clients can work with insurers to get the best out of their multinational insurance programmes.
In this video, an expert panel discusses what type of services a policy should provide following a cyber breach, how brokers can find out more about what providers offer and how corporate clients, from large multi-nationals down to SMEs in the UK, should think about cyber as a business risk.
When a project dispute arises, design professionals operating in the United States or Canada could be forced to fight an uphill battle if the state designated for dispute resolution isn’t their own. This article highlights the importance of designating dispute resolution settings in contracts.
Many public entities, hamstrung by tight budgets and inadequate security measures are being repeatedly targeted by hackers. This article provides examples of cities that have been victims of cyber attacks and highlights steps public entities can take to implement affordable cyber security measures.
With the advent of new technologies, the complexity of manufacturing cars has increased exponentially. This article highlights why the ability to identify and proactively address supplier risks is critical to the sustainability of both the automotive industry and the insurance industry.
Constant change is one of the reasons why technology firms are a big part of AXA XL’s inland marine insurance client base in the Western US. This article highlights why technology firms need inland marine insurance and the other sectors seeking inland marine coverage.
A blue carbon future: How innovative thinking aims to increase coastal resilience and meet climate targets
Carbon offsetting is an important part of many companies’ Corporate Social Responsibility programs, as they seek to reduce their environmental impact. This article looks at how blue carbon resilience credits work and play a vital role in large-scale wetland conservation and restoration projects.
Even with tighter security controls around company servers and networks, hackers have figured out ways to step up their use of apps as a means to gain entry. This article highlights the latest tactics being deployed by hackers and what companies and employees should be on the lookout for.
Many businesses view coverage as a discretionary purchase, but the truth is that no one is immune to environmental liability risk. This content highlights why every business needs to be aware of their environmental exposures and the perils of underinsurance.