Special Report: Cutting Workers’ Comp Costs
Potential drains on cash flow and perverse medical and legal incentives make workers' comp worthy of CFO scrutiny.
Should CFOs Care About Workers’ Comp?
The case for finance chief involvement in workers’ compensation risks is buried in cash-flow and income statements, as well as balance sheets.
The Safe Way to Slash Workers’ Comp Costs
Zeroed in on curbing supermarket injuries, Safeway’s risk manager advises CFOs to install peer-to-peer safety systems to cut workers' compensation expenses.
How Allstate’s Internal Audit Chief Tackles Fraud
The insurer's top internal auditor works with the CFO and the chair of the audit committee to prevent financial misstatements.
Special Report: Fall Insurance Renewals
Property insurance gets cheaper, while workers' comp will cost you more.
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.
NY Life CFO Slams Excessive Risk Taking
New York Life CFO Michael Sproule warns against putting too much faith in sophisticated financial modeling and explains why the insurance giant is bullish on the U.S. market.
Can the Fed Stop Interest Rates from Spiking?
The CFO of New York Life says U.S. companies should be prepared for a dramatic jump stemming from the Federal Reserve’s loose monetary policies.
Employers Fear Terror-Insurance Sunset
Corporate insurance buyers push to renew the federal law that provides a market for terrorism coverage.
At the Corner of Finance and Risk Management
The new president of the Risk and Insurance Management Society, also the risk manager of a major health-care provider, readies his employer for health-care reform so it can help its customers do the same.