Lord Peter Levene, chairman of Lloyd’s of London, discusses risk and uncertainty.
What to do when you receive a reservation of rights letter.
D&O coverage for government investigations can be tricky.
Insurers will need to get their ducks in a row on financial risks in 2010.
The emerging science of nanotechnology creates unique insurance concerns.
Executive compensation issues could result in litigation and D&O insurance liabilities.
A soft market provides the perfect opportunity to improve your policy wording.
Product recalls and liabilities stemming from such an event can result in extremely costly situations. How can product recall insurance help?
Insurers and brokers may need to seriously rethink the risk assessment process.
Risk managers need to ask the right questions in order to gauge the health of their insurers.
The financial crisis has made it difficult for businesses to make ends meet. But there is good news for insurance buyers who will be able to enjoy the low prices of a soft property/casualty market that shows every sign of continuing.
Though Brazil accounts for one-fifth of global food production, few of the country’s farmers take out insurance on their crops.
Anderson Kill & Olick’s latest column looks at the complications of securing insurance collateral.
A new Chinese insurance law has placed additional demands on insurers and risk managers.
A panel of insurers, brokers and buyers discuss how they can work together to address risk management concerns.