Timely posts from our risk and insurance experts on the issues and trends that affect your business — and your bottom line
Cyber risk quantification can help express cyber risk in a language that is common to all business stakeholders: economics.
Will new bunker fuel regulations affect credit insurance capacity? Companies that may be affected by IMO 2020 should prepare for the impact on capacityRead more
It’s a time of great uncertainty in the global economy, with multinational businesses facing many difficult questions. Organizations, however, don’t have the luxury of taking a wait-and-see approach.Read more
On March 28, 1979, the US experienced its worst commercial nuclear disaster when a reactor at Pennsylvania’s Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating Station suffered a partial meltdown. Lessons from Three Mile Island have helped shape the industry and the nuclear insurance enterprises that support it.Read more
US employers finally have clarity on the salary threshold for an important overtime exemption to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Last week, the US Department of Labor (DOL) announced a new rule that addresses the salary level needed for so-called “white collar” workers — executive, administrative, and professional employees — to be considered “exempt” and therefore not entitled to overtime pay.Read more
The continually changing nature of cyber risk makes this peril especially dangerous for companies, and it is imperative for companies to manage cyber as a critical and ongoing business priority.Read more