It’s time for risk managers to take some risks when it comes to their own careers. Laura Langone, Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) president, explains why – As told to Adam Malik Risk managers are generally risk-averse when it…
How a question on probability sent one broker down a rabbit hole — and ultimately gave him a way to explain the hard market to his clients
Home insurers in Quebec may be on the hook for major fire losses on their property policies in the aftermath of an earthquake
What the province’s changes to auto insurance mean for drivers, brokers, and the legal system
A defendant insurer admits coverage, so why did the court say its actions showed bad faith?
What claims experts need to know about assessing low-speed motor vehicle impacts
Sevcik was vice president of claims at Gore Mutual when she succeeded Kevin McNeil as CEO in 2014
Is cyber coverage keeping up with the type, frequency and severity of attacks?
Businesses can lose revenue in any number of ways. Increasingly, they can be shut down for political risks that are beyond the company’s control. Examples of emerging business interruption risks include trade wars, armed conflicts, or political protests. As businesses…
How will underwriters assess your organization’s commercial property risk? A guide to help risk managers avoid renewal surprises in a tough market environment
Canadian brokers assess the current market in commercial lines, noting the contrast with what’s happening in personal lines
Canadian P&C professionals have approached Cookhouse Labs, an industry innovation hub, to help with staff training. Cookhouse co-founder Sven Roehl (pictured here) and Ibeth Ramos, Cookhouse’s program manager and innovation coach, explain why.
– As told to Jason Contant