Posts Tagged ‘Marsh’



October 23rd, 2018

Data and Analytics Support Innovations in Flood Risk Management - GC@BB Commentary

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cleary_liz_photo21 Elizabeth Cleary, Managing Director

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  • Increased computing power is fueling innovative solutions for flood underwriting
  • Insurers are using technology to communicate a homeowner’s flood risk with mobile apps
  • Guy Carpenter works extensively with most commercial vendor flood models

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October 22nd, 2018

MGAs – Value at What Cost? - GC@BB Commentary

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carter_vicky_bio2016Vicky Carter, Vice Chairman – Global Strategic Advisory

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  • Value proposition of MGAs under increasing scrutiny
  • Automation critical to maintaining low cost base
  • Remuneration on profit vs commission fees

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October 15th, 2018

Real-Time Risk Management and Next-Generation Insurance

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john_drizik_2John Drzik President, Global Risk and Digital at Marsh

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A confluence of trends is enabling businesses and the insurance industry to move toward a revolutionary new approach: real-time risk management.

Managing risk in real time offers the potential to both reduce risk and transfer it more effectively. It means businesses can have an up-to-the-minute view of their changing risk exposures—and take actions to mitigate them—and that the insurance industry no longer needs to rely only on historical data to price risk. Continue reading…

October 11th, 2018

Healthcare & Cyber Risk – Takeaways

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We conclude the series on Healthcare & Cyber Risk by listing the five key takeaways from the study Holding Healthcare to Ransom by Marsh & McLennan Companies Asia Pacific Risk Center. Continue reading…

October 8th, 2018

Healthcare & Cyber Risk – Cyber Insurance to Manage Exposure

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holding-healthcare-to-ransom-cover-image-6Key risks that healthcare organizations face today include patient data exposure, shared system data exposure and employee exposure. Recognizing that cyber risks cannot be eliminated, healthcare organizations are beginning to look to insurance or cyber risk transfer programs as a way to shift the risks, not just as a solution for balance sheet protection but also for contractual evidence and compliance. (1)

Prompted by the wave of high-profile attacks and new data protection rules, annual gross written cyber insurance premiums have grown by 34 percent per annum over the past seven years. (2) The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security has also found a positive correlation between cyber insurance takeup and the level of preparedness, (3) and healthcare organizations are only beginning to recognize this. Continue reading…

September 24th, 2018

Healthcare & Cyber Risk – Quantifying Exposure

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holding-healthcare-to-ransom-cover-image-6The new study, Holding Healthcare to Ransom by Marsh & McLennan Companies Global Risk Center, reports that about 56 percent of healthcare respondents in the Marsh-Microsoft Global Cyber Risk Perception Survey say their organizations measure the cyber risks that they are exposed to, but a significant proportion do so using qualitative methods. Continue reading…

September 20th, 2018

Healthcare & Cyber Risk - The Need to Distribute Cyber Risk Management

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holding-healthcare-to-ransom-cover-image-6Cyber risk management in the healthcare industry is still perceived to be driven by the IT department only, rather than overall enterprise risk management. According to healthcare respondents in the study Holding Healthcare to Ransom by Marsh & McLennan Companies Global Cyber Risk, 83 percent indicated that responsibility for cyber risk sits mainly with IT professionals and they are the primary owners and decision-makers for managing cyber risks, as compared to the 70 percent cross-industry average. Continue reading…

September 19th, 2018

Internet of Things: A Critical Risk Management Tool

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Risk management professionals’ awareness of the internet of things (IoT) is on the rise, although many are unaware of the specifics. According to this year’s Excellence in Risk Management survey from Guy Carpenter sister company, Marsh, and RIMS, 59 percent of respondents said their organization uses or plans to use IoT, although 25 percent were not aware of how it would be used. In 2017, 48% said their organization used or planned to use IoT technologies, despite outside statistics showing actual usage at about 90%. Continue reading…

September 17th, 2018

Healthcare Target of Increased Cyberattacks

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holding-healthcare-to-ransom-cover-image-6Over the past decade, the healthcare industry has been haunted by headlines of data breaches. Three of the largest reported incidents impacting healthcare organizations in 2015 alone affected more than 100 million patient records and resulted in hundreds of millions of dollars in settlements. Data and cyber breaches have real financial and reputational impacts.

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