Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS)
Cybersecurity Insurance Becoming a Must-Have
A new survey finds 80% of companies bought a stand-alone cybersecurity policy in 2016, suggesting such plans are quickly becoming the new norm.
Obama Tax Could Make Terrorism Insurance Scarce
Erasing the deductibility of reinsurance would make insurers charge more and cut the availability of property-casualty coverage for corporations, according to the Risk and Insurance Management Society.
If Mergers Pick up, Can Lawsuits Be Far Behind?
Recent tepid litigation against directors and officers may have led to a false sense of security about lawsuits to come.
How Performance Drives Risk Management
As risk managers advance the use of risk standards, they naturally progress to the next logical step: better results.
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.
Risk Management, Internal Audit Should Kiss and Make Up
Collaboration of risk-management and internal-audit functions is helping organizations improve efficiency, decision-making, and results.
‘Total Cost of Risk’ Redefined
Risk managers, often seen mostly as insurance buyers, have work to do in expanding their view of risk to match those of senior executives and board members.
Corporate Lawsuit Apathy Worries D&O Insurer
Overconfidence may be laying the groundwork for shareholder litigation at many companies.
C-Suite Looking for More in Risk Management
Senior executives expect strategic thinking from their risk managers, not just insurance buying.