The Institute of Risk Management has appointed Nicola Crawford as its new chair.
Nearly 16% of merchant mariners' deaths have been caused by incidents involving lifeboats and their launching systems, according to 10 years of data analysed by a safety group. Many seamen have suffered severe injuries of the spine and lower extremities...
Data can bring benefits and early adopters of digital technologies are already seeing a return on investment. What will the full impact of digital and data enrichment be on the motor sector?
Most employers don't spend too much time thinking about employers' liability, public liability and product liability unless they actually have a claim. So perhaps it is just as well that the national media is continually drawing attention to tragic incidents...
Planning the response to large-scale catastrophes is a must for all general insurers.
The proposed reforms to salary sacrifice schemes could lead to more employees using their own cars for business - and an insurance headache.
Football clubs that fail to prevent bribery may face criminal prosecution.
The use of e-cigarettes, or vaping, has grown exponentially since they appeared on the market 10 years ago. When it comes to covering the associated risks, are insurers and brokers playing with fire?
There has been little change in the rankings of the top 30 Asia insurers since 2014, with China still dominating the rankings, despite a decreasing growth rate
As the areas affected by war and terrorism expand, the number of risks seeking insurance in those regions is increasing.
In the uniquely information-obsessed world we now inhabit, the personal transactional nature of an insurance broker has never been more in the spotlight.
Aon Benfield has launched a new catastrophe model to better weigh the risk of earthquakes occurring in Iceland.
Hurricane Matthew may cost insurers as much as $8.8bn, according to AIR Worldwide.
Arthur J Gallagher is to provide risk management and insurance broking services to the University of Glasgow.
Total losses in the US from Hurricane Matthew could be up to $8bn (£6.5bn), according to modelled storm loss scenarios from RMS.
With 2015 the biggest ever year for mergers and acquisitions globally, demand for warranty and indemnity insurance is rising rapidly.
Interconnected threats call for new skills beyond insurance procurement
The insurance industry could score points among the young generation
Can insurers keep up with the pace of change powered by Advanced Driver Assistance Systems – especially when it comes to repairs? Post, in association with Autoglass, hosted an industry roundtable to find out
The London Market is keen to encourage innovation, but that will involve overturning tried and tested practices and bringing through the younger generation
Technological advances help claims specialists and underwriters improve their processes but perhaps the biggest challenge for innovation may lie in both of them working together.
Diego Rios has returned to Allianz as chief risk officer for Allianz Asia-Pacific.
Annie Tay has joined Axa in Asia as the chief risk officer for the region.
International commercial insurer FM Global has broken ground on a S$80m (£45m) education facility in Singapore.