The International Insurance Society has designed a certification system for recognising universities that provide risk management and insurance education.
The media has helped to publicise the importance of live event promoters having insurance to safeguard against shows having to be cancelled or abandoned due to unforeseeable events.
Film sets can be dangerous places, with wires and cables trailing and spectacular stunts being performed. What are the risk factors associated with making movies?
Former Allianz Global Corporate Specialty senior marine risk consultant Jarek Klimczak has been appointed marine risk engineer for Asia-Pacific at rival XL Catlin.
The US and EU have agreed to reduce legal and capital barriers to boost the transatlantic insurance and reinsurance market.
Business interruption continues to come top of the risk rankings as businesses fear the impact of market uncertainties and political perils, according to a report from Allianz.
Global Maritime has re-launched Eagle Lyon Pope, its ports and shipping, marine casualty investigation and loss adjusting division.
Innovations are bringing new technology into our lives at an almost frightening pace. Whether we want to control our central heating from our smartphones or check on our home security, appliances that can be controlled remotely are giving us greater choice...
Many small and medium-sized enterprises are not sufficiently protected against the risks they are most concerned about - and brokers can help fix that.
The cyber threat to planes is bound to raise public fears, but the aviation industry operates in a way that minimises risks.
As the new pre-action protocol for construction and engineering disputes, insurers may need to amend their policies for those claims.
Drones or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles are now being used across a range of sectors and usage gives rise to some issues.
Weighing all packed shipping containers became mandatory globally on 1 July 2016. The way Verified Gross Mass is calculated has consequences for insurers.
Guaranteed asset protection insurance presents a largely untapped opportunity for brokers.
One year after Storms Desmond and Eva, schemes are now available to make cover affordable for households and small businesses in areas at risk of flooding. As barriers to resilient repairs persist, the focus is shifting to a more precise mapping of the...
Loss adjusters are encouraging flood-resilient repairs but a strong incentive is needed to support take up.
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?