Risk Managers See Reputation Damage as Top Threat
Well-known companies have a heightened awareness of the potential dangers that could hurt their brand and reputation.
What’s the Cost of a Cyberattack?
A flurry of attempts to model the risk of a corporate cyberattack hasn’t provided many answers.
Genworth Flags Material Weakness in Accounting
After posting losses in its long-term care business last year, the insurer discloses a related weakness in its accounting controls.
How to Use Captive Insurance to Manage Reputation Risk
Among many new threats to enterprise value, reputation risk is now in its fifth straight year of topping the charts, according to one survey.
Lloyd’s Insurer Says Cyber Risks Too Big to Cover
The biggest Lloyd's of London insurer says cyber attacks are unusually systemic and the require governments to step in.
Reinsurers Agree on $11B Merger
Combined, reinsurers AXIS Capital Holdings and PartnerRe will have cash and invested assets of more than $33 billion.
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.
Terrorism Insurance Outlook Brightens
With bills that would re-up federal terrorism insurance protection in the House and Senate, insurers are warming to the notion of providing coverage.
How Captives Can Cut Supply-Chain, Cyber Insurance Costs
With premiums rising for cyber insurance and supply-chain coverage, CFOs and risk managers can curb the expense by self-insuring.