Aon Not Pursuing Willis Towers Watson Deal
Due to media speculation, Aon was forced to disclose it was in the preliminary stages of an all-share deal.
Hybrid Cyber-Risk Solutions May Lower Cost of Insurance
Requiring businesses to buy certain IT products to get better cyber insurance coverage may be an idea whose time has come.
Apple, Cisco Move Into Cyber-Insurance Market
The tech giants are offering protection against cyber attacks to businesses that primarily use their equipment.
Four Countries Where Political Risk Is Rising
In its quarterly report on political risk, Aon downgraded the risk ratings of four nations.
Should U.S. CFOs Worry About EU Cyber Risk Rules?
Compliance will motivate firms to update their current processes and methodology to assess cyber risks and the related potential business effects.
Credit Suisse Bond Spotlights Cap Markets Risk Coverage
The bank is eyeing the capital markets' response to its largely unprecedented move of securitizing operational risks.
Do CFOs Understand Property Insurance?
Not very well, judging by their comments during a recent educational session.
Instability in Oil-Producing Nations Endangers Economies
Political turmoil in the Middle East, Africa, and Russia will continue to cast a global economic shadow, says Aon.
The Rise of Political Risk
The bad news: the world is becoming a riskier place for business. The good news: political risk can be managed.
The Bigger the Deductible, the Smaller the Cost?
While corporations can cut insurance expenses by taking on casualty risk themselves, the cost to post collateral might be prohibitive.
Fears of Vanishing Terror Insurance Grow
Failure to re-up the federal law “will undoubtedly delay, if not scrap, major development plans, thereby jeopardizing an already fragile economic recovery,” an insurance broker testifies.