How to cope with a challenging marine insurance market

Why ESG may be the next big thing in insurance

Preparing renewals in a hardening insurance market

Global Insurance market heavily exposed to US opioid crisis

The pharma industry and all other companies in the opioid supply chain will be passing on the costs of compensation and related legal costs in the US to insurance and reinsurance carriers (where they have policy coverage) in a move that will affect renewal negotiations for the next 12 months, at least.

Managing rising rates in marine insurance

Tim Woodard, Head of Office Lockton Louisiana, and Leanne O’Loughlin, Regional Director (Americas P&I) for Thomas Miller Americas discussed marine risks, market changes and solutions at the November Marine Money conference in New York.

Political ‘shock’ events increasingly disrupt multinational companies

Sudden geopolitical shifts such as changes in tariffs or the implementation of sanctions as well as terrorism are impacting global companies more than ever before, according to a recent survey. Multinational companies need to prepare for the impact this may have on their balance sheet and employees.

Cyber criminals increasingly target company operations

Cyber criminals are well known for attacking the computer software of companies to breach their information systems. Now they are increasingly discovering the potential of disrupting manufacturing facilities or power plants, as well as other vital infrastructure, through denial-of-service attacks or other security compromises.

New D&O developments further impact financial lines market conditions

A series of developments in directors and officers liability insurance (D&O) risk have recently impacted insurance market conditions for financial lines, further adding pressure on rates.

Tackling mental health in the oil & gas sector

There is growing awareness among employers that addressing mental health problems makes good business sense, but the oil & gas sector may need to catch up.