The overriding concern of risk and insurance managers when it comes to claims management is the need to protect brand and reputation. This is according to 48% of those surveyed by DWF Law.
Culture and purpose are not something that can be written in words, but instead needs to be expressed in the way people in the organisation behave.
When a Tesla employee was offered $500,000 by a cyber criminal gang to install malware on the company’s Gigafactory network last year, it indicated a new and emerging threat.
Today’s market has changed the insurance sector’s perspective around legal advice, especially amongst younger underwriters who haven’t experienced a hard market before and need extra support, according to Herbert Smith Freehills.
When it comes to reputation, “perception matters” – “it determines whether customers buy from you, whether people want to work for you, and how other businesses engage with you”, said Daniel Green, senior broker at Willis Towers Watson (WTW)
Promoting good mental health in the workplace can improve brand and reputation as well as staff retention.
It’s time to embrace an adaptation mindset when it comes to the climate-crisis, according to experts from AXA XL
Airmic announces the release of its latest Pulse Survey on insurance market conditions, this time with a focus on cyber risk insurance from a buyer’s perspective.
There are some green shoots of recovery beginning to show in the commercial insurance market. This is according to Airmic CEO Julia Graham, speaking at the Airmic 2021 press conference.
“The world is spinning faster and the velocity of change can make us feel dizzy,” said Airmic CEO Julia Graham in her opening address at the Airmic Conference 2021. “There is an opportunity for us to collectively influence the future.”
The UK government intends to make Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures mandatory by 2025 - Marsh
StrategicRISK talks to Sean McGovern, CEO, UK & Lloyd’s market at AXA XL as Airmic launches its new ‘Roads to’ report
Ask the “right” questions about D&O liabilities and insurance before a problem arises - Julia Graham
As Airmic’s 2021 Conference gets underway in Brighton, its new report focuses on the concept of ’corporate purpose’
Claire Combes will take over from Tracey Skinner as chair of Airmic from 1 September
Airmic’s new CEO Julia Graham on her priorities for 2021 and the association’s plans to host a physical conference in Brighton in October
Julia Graham, currently Airmic deputy CEO and technical director, succeeds John Ludlow as chief executive
Are the pressures of delivering quarterly earnings at odds with longer-term challenges, such as climate change?
Country is vulnerable due to “the absence of risk assessment across sectors and organisations” and “diminishing influence on the global stage”
Airmic urges insurers and brokers to place a stronger emphasis on claims capabilities at renewals
The Supreme Court ruling opens the door for up to £1.2 billion of business interruption claims