The Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh has spurred safety reforms in the apparel industry.
African nations are turning to cat bonds as an alternative way to adapt to climate change.
As Ebola spreads throughout West Africa, vigilance and contingency planning are critical.
Guerrilla attacks on oil pipelines threaten the growing energy sector in Colombia.
The Basel AML assessment ranks countries’ money laundering and terrorism financing risk.
A new EU law makes it easier for companies to seize and destroy counterfeit products.
Businesses expect to increase overseas activity but many are unprepared for the additional risks of operating on a global scale.
Whether you already have a political risk insurance policy, are facing renewal or are considering purchasing a policy for the first time, a careful review of policy terms will be worthwhile.
With soccer’s biggest event kicking off in Brazil this month, protecting and insuring the massive influx of fans has become a priority.
Much like a major storm or natural disaster, political unrest can wreak havoc on international supply chains.
After $10 million in fines, the world’s biggest retailer is taking a stand on food safety regulations in China.
Many factors can be overlooked when trying to reconcile master and foreign insurance policies.
As Brazil prepares to host the World Cup in 2014 and the Summer Olympics in 2016, the government has passed a new law designed to curtail corruption in the country.
As energy companies increasingly look to emerging market expansion, they will face a host of labor market challenges.
Brazil’s rapid economic growth has increased the demand for insurance and created new compliance concerns.