This AIRMIC 2017 round-up explores how businesses can prevent or limit the majority of losses through earthquakes, floods and wind storms.
Natural catastrophes and their effects on supply chains and business resilience should not be ignored by risk managers.
This year’s annual survey from the Association of Insurance and Risk Managers revealed that concern over broker conflicts of interest is on the rise. Post's article highlights why these concerns are gaining traction and what brokers can do to reassure customers they are getting the best deal.
The final section of Post’s research on risk management looks to the future and Michèle Bacchus asks the risk managers how they think insurance will fit into the digital world.
In the third part of this research, Michèle Bacchus asks the risk managers whether commoditisation is a concern and discusses the merits of the services offered by the insurance industry.
In the second part of the research, risk managers tell Michèle Bacchus their thoughts about regulation, brokers, and consolidation.
For Post’s second research project of 2016, Michèle Bacchus asks 15 senior and junior risk managers for their views on insurers, brokers, regulation and what they would like the future of the sector to look like.
This report addresses the key reasons why purchasing BI cover can be so complex and suggests practical steps that insurance managers can take to understand their BI risk and increase their confidence in the effectiveness of the cover purchased.
The Insurance Act 2015 is the biggest change to UK commercial insurance in more than 100 years. Airmic have launched a guide to understanding the new provisions under the Act, in particular the new duty for policyholders, achieving fair presentation of the risk.
Outlining the importance of insurance to the board, this guide can support insurance buyers in raising the role of insurance, and demonstrating their value as an insurance professional.