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The Overlooked Threat of Vehicle-Into-Building Accidents

The Overlooked Threat of Vehicle-Into-Building Accidents

Vehicle-into-building crashes are a surprisingly common risk for commercial building owners.

 
The Graduate’s Perspective

The Graduate’s Perspective

Risk management professionals discuss how their educational experience shaped their career.

 
Trends in Higher Education: Real World Lessons

Trends in Higher Education: Real World Lessons

By maximizing program relevance, schools are drawing in more students for a new class of risk managers.

 
Diversity in Risk Management Education

Diversity in Risk Management Education

Focusing on schools that get high marks for their diversity can broaden employee recruitment efforts.

 
Managing Data Protection in Higher Education

Managing Data Protection in Higher Education

Colleges and universities increasingly face data security challenges.

 
Coming to a Head

Coming to a Head

Water scarcity has forced American breweries to implement sustainability measures.

 
Space: Risk’s Final Frontier

Space: Risk’s Final Frontier

As private enterprises look to the stars for new business opportunities, companies and insurers alike must consider how to navigate the risks.

 
Steady As She Goes: 2014 Captive Domicile Review

Steady As She Goes: 2014 Captive Domicile Review

In our annual captive review, we examine the top trends influencing key domiciles.

 
When Worlds Collide: The Effect of Alternative Capital on the P/C Market

When Worlds Collide: The Effect of Alternative Capital on the P/C Market

The entrance of alternative capital has helped put downward pressure on property/casualty rates.

 
Mother Nature’s Red Tape

Mother Nature’s Red Tape

Inconsistent environmental liability regulations can create confusion for international businesses.

 
ART Show: The Growing Popularity of Alternative Risk Transfer

ART Show: The Growing Popularity of Alternative Risk Transfer

The property/casualty sector is increasingly turning to alternative risk transfer products to spread risk.

 
Avoiding a World Cup Red Card

Avoiding a World Cup Red Card

With soccer’s biggest event kicking off in Brazil this month, protecting and insuring the massive influx of fans has become a priority.

 
Political Risk and the Supply Chain

Political Risk and the Supply Chain

Much like a major storm or natural disaster, political unrest can wreak havoc on international supply chains.

 
The Fallacy of What

The Fallacy of What

Measuring results alone may not be enough to accurately gauge the success of a safety program.

 
New Rules for Vendor Compliance

New Rules for Vendor Compliance

With updates to HIPAA, PCI and FISMA,regulators are placing increased emphasis on third-party operations.