Posts Tagged ‘Marsh’



April 20th, 2017

Public Sector Risk Financing Perspectives in Europe/Middle East/Africa: Part II: Public Sector Strategic Initiatives in EMEA

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Charles Whitmore, Managing Director

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Organizations throughout EMEA have significantly increased the establishment of strategic initiatives to close the protection gap and improve society’s ability to recover from the devastating impact of natural catastrophe losses. Marsh & McLennan Companies’ Risk & Insurance Services Segment, comprised of Guy Carpenter and Marsh, have developed resources and expertise to help clients in this area.

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February 15th, 2017

The U.S. Financial and Professional Insurance Market in 2017: 10 Trends to Watch

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From cyber risk to the changing regulatory landscape to increasing liability challenges for directors and officers, risks continue to evolve within the financial and professional liability insurance marketplace. What’s in store in the year ahead? Continue reading…

May 12th, 2016

The Emerging Risks Quandary, Anticipating Threats Hidden in Plain Sight

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Marsh & McLennan Companies’ Global Risk Center has published a report, The Emerging Risks Quandary. Many companies struggle to articulate the precise relevance of global and emerging risks to their business, and are poorly organized to make timely decisions. This report explores what impedes corporate efforts and sets out how companies can blend creativity and pragmatism to look beyond predictable and controllable risks to complex uncertainties that have the potential to generate more than mere volatility in corporate earnings.

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February 29th, 2016

The Emerging Risks Quandary, Anticipating Threats Hidden in Plain Sight

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Marsh & McLennan Companies’ Global Risk Center has published a new report, The Emerging Risks Quandary. Many companies struggle to articulate the precise relevance of global and emerging risks to their business, and are poorly organized to make timely decisions. This report explores what impedes corporate efforts and sets out how companies can blend creativity and pragmatism to look beyond predictable and controllable risks to complex uncertainties that have the potential to generate more than mere volatility in corporate earnings.

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October 15th, 2015

Cyber Risk

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Cyber risk is one of the most pressing and public topics that industry is grappling with and is being addressed as a strategic priority in corporate boardrooms and by governments around the world. As the global economy becomes increasingly dependent on e-commerce and cloud computing, the susceptibility to cyber risk increases exponentially.

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September 17th, 2014

As Cyber-Attacks Escalate, So Does Demand for Cyber-Specific Insurance

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morley-speed-small2-97kirsten-eickstaedt-sma852mike-brown-sm972jeremy-platt-ls971Morley Speed, Managing Director, UK Cyber Solutions; Kirsten Eickstaedt, Managing Director, European Division and Casualty Solutions Group ; Mike Brown and Jeremy Platt, Co-Leaders of Cyber Solutions Specialty Practice

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From data breaches, to network business interruption to cyber extortion, the frequency and severity of cyber-attacks that have struck governments, utilities, individuals, medical and academic institutions and companies of all sizes are on the rise.

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September 14th, 2014

Cyber, Terrorism and New Compensation Structures Highlighted as Critical Emerging Risks

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2014-sep-emerging-risk-cover-image-crGuy Carpenter today published a new report highlighting emerging risks facing the (re)insurance sector, including cyber-attacks, terrorism and new compensation structures for long-term bodily injuries. The report seeks to identify and categorize these risks that are now confronting the sector, as well as analyze their implications on businesses and (re)insurers.

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June 11th, 2014

Review of Terrorism’s Impact on Insurance and Technology

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Here we update our review of some recent GC Capital Ideas stories related to the issue of terrorism, addressing the impact on both the insurance industry and technology:

New Marsh Report: Need for Terrorism Insurance Strong: A new report released by Guy Carpenter parent company, Marsh, confirms that demand for terrorism insurance remains strong and the existence of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (TRIPRA) plays a key role in making coverage available and affordable.

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Chart: Countries Operating Compulsory or Optional Terrorism Pools:  A summary of the compulsory and optional terrorism pools that operate around the globe.

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Range of Cyber Risks: Cyber risks range from legal liability and computer security breaches to privacy breaches of confidential information. Data breaches typically involve the intent to either copy, extract or destroy data. However, the risks that companies face transcend simple data incidents and often include the broader range of perils associated with the structural vulnerability of our economy to failures of technology generally. Further risks include cyber extortion, cyber terrorism, loss of revenue due to a computer attack, recovery costs, reputational damage and supply chain disruption.

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April 28th, 2014

New Marsh Report: Need for Terrorism Insurance Strong

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A new report released by Guy Carpenter parent company, Marsh, confirms that demand for terrorism insurance remains strong and the existence of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (TRIPRA) plays a key role in making coverage available and affordable.

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October 30th, 2013

Emerging Risks

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The (re)insurance sector is today operating in a rapidly changing and uncertain risk landscape. Against this backdrop, it is important that (re)insurers attempt to identify and understand emerging risks to plan for the long term and challenge assumptions about the future risk landscape environment.

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