Marine Insurance: A Tale of Two Coverages
Climbing reinsurance rates and high expenses of removing wrecked vessels are adding to marine liability costs.
Chase’s Contingency Plan Leaves Lasting Impression
Despite its mistakes, JPMorgan Chase did right by its employees in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Buyers Fear Stiff Workers’ Comp Pricing
Rising medical costs and terrorism fears are a recipe for rising workers’ compensation insurance costs for corporations.
A Deceptive Calm
A slow year for M&spamp;A may have lulled companies into a false sense of security about their D&spamp;O liability coverage.
Top Risks Reflect Unsure Business Environment
Executives and board members see economic conditions and regulations as the top risks for organizations, a survey finds.
The CFO as Insurance Buyer
One of the biggest risks at educational institutions is sexual harassment, says the CFO of an insurer that covers colleges and public schools.
Will Dodd-Frank Double Tax Captive Insurers?
Confusion about a subsection of the act has left an opening for a state to tax a corporate-owned insurance company if it’s domiciled in another state.
Buying Property Insurance in Stormy Times
Companies with moderate catastrophe exposures could see rate hikes as high as 10%, a big brokerage predicts.
CFO Presence Can Curb Insurance Prices
Hearing the CFO tell the company’s story about its risks and what’s being done to mitigate them is music to an insurer’s ears.
Employers Fear Terror-Insurance Sunset
Corporate insurance buyers push to renew the federal law that provides a market for terrorism coverage.
Don’t Forget about Forex Risk
Ignoring foreign-currency exposures can blow a big hole in a company&spamp;rsquo;s budget.