The International Association of Insurance Supervisors plans to develop a risk based global insurance capital standard by 2016.
The Federation of European Risk Management Associations and the presidents of its member associations have agreed in principle to create a European certificate of professional competence for risk managers.
The insurance industry must stop looking backwards when faced with new risks, according to XL Group chief executive Mike McGavick.
RSA has acquired a seven-strong specialist risk engineering team from independent consultancy Elciem, taking its total number of risk engineers to 200.
Europe’s risk managers are being challenged to find innovative and cost-effective solutions to cross-border, complex risks but are not necessarily being given budget increases to do so, according to findings from the 2013 Risk Frontiers European Survey.
Despite several high-profile cyber attacks on major corporations, the insurance industry is still behind the times when it comes to cyber liability. How can it catch up?
Maritime Asset Security and Training is helping the Construction Industry Research and Information Association to develop a risk management framework for dealing with Unexploded Ordnance in the near-shore and offshore environment.
Business confidence that the economic climate will improve this financial quarter has almost doubled to 38% up from 20% last quarter; while the perceived level of business risk faced by SMEs has fallen from 44.55 to 43.41 points, Zurich’s SME Risk Index…
Will you build or buy your new reinsurance IT system? Kevin Richmond explores some of the recent advances and key considerations in the perennial resourcing debate.
The difference between insurers and banks is being increasingly ignored and Adrian Brown says this is making risk management even more important.
Maintaining and developing the attractiveness of the Lloyd’s market are the central themes to a review published today by Lloyd’s.