Diversity is Key to a Successful Business: To tackle gender and diversity issues, corporate commitment goes a long way. Guy Carpenter has been at the forefront of this change, instituting policies that encourage, nurture, and ensure diversity in the workplace.
Making Good Decisions in Bad Times – Critical Capabilities For Effective Liquidity Management During COVID-19: Managing liquidity during COVID-19 has become both challenging and critical for businesses. The pandemic has exposed important gaps in the frameworks, analytic tools and processes by which companies make decisions in crisis regarding liquidity.
Transformational Investment – Converting Global Systemic Risks into Sustainable Returns: Transformational Investment: Converting Global Systemic Risks into Sustainable Returns, published by the World Economic Forum in collaboration with Guy Carpenter-affiliate Mercer, addresses some of the long-term, global systemic risks facing economies, societies and the planet – and the need to do so has arguably never been stronger. The institutional investment community has the collective power to champion long-term thinking, to constructively tackle complicated problems, and to bring positive change – all while pursuing attractive risk-adjusted investment return.
Is It Time For a Digital-Only Health System: As the pandemic continues, the greater healthcare industry is wondering to what extent the digital-first health system is likely to become commonplace, according to Oliver Wyman Health & Life Sciences Partners Ran Strul, Josh Michelson and Charlie Hoban.
June 1, 2020 Reinsurance Renewal – The Impact of COVID-19 on Florida Property Catastrophe Pricing: The June 1, 2020 renewal is the first genuine test of the reinsurance market since the COVID-19 outbreak prompted government-mandated lockdowns across the globe. The pandemic has compounded an already firming reinsurance environment, resulting in challenged placements and pronounced property catastrophe pricing increases, particularly in Florida.
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A Changing Landscape – How Unemployment Will Impact the Way We Access Health Insurance: The economic impact of job losses relating to COVID-19 will create a dramatic shift in how individuals access health insurance. Approximately one in two Americans is currently covered under an employer-sponsored health plan, signaling that significant job losses have already resulted in millions of Americans losing their health insurance.