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2012 Ernst & Young and Risk & Insurance Catastrophic Claims Survey

The 2012 Ernst & Young and Risk & Insurance Catastrophic Claims Survey looks at how and why companies are expanding globally, and ultimately how this expansion has affected their operational and financial responses when catastrophic loss occurs.

The Seamless Transition - GRC News - Global Risk Communication

Global Risk Consultants (GRC) takes pride in partnering with companies directly for their risk management and property loss prevention needs. Sometimes a simple contact from a risk manager at a trade meeting is all it takes to start the process.

FM Global Supply Chain Risk Study: China and Natural Disasters -- A Case for Business Resilience

A white paper highlighting the results of a research study of 100 financial executives from large global corporations on supply chain resiliency issues connected to natural catastrophes in China and Japan.

Reflections - Mandarin Snow Globe

Central bankers are talking more about the unintended consequences of their actions. Ebullient risk takers beware.

CoreLogic 2013 Storm Surge Report

The 2013 CoreLogic Storm Surge Report examines single-family residential structures (homes) exposed to potential hurricane-driven storm-surge damage along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts in the U.S, including an evaluation of 2012’s Hurricane Sandy.

Consolidating and Automating Policy Administration and Underwriting

By leveraging web 2.0 technology solutions, insurers can more effectively negotiate with carriers, ensure data accuracy, and increase customer service while also increasing operational efficiency and shortening renewal cycles.

Assessing the Value and Challenge of ERM Implementation

A “risk portfolio” represents the aggregation of risks, where risk is measured as variance in outcomes. A “risk source” is a condition yielding random outcomes that can be represented by a probability distribution. Understanding the portfolio effec

Preemption and REMS: Evolving Risk Landscape for Generic Drug Manufacturers

The U.S. Supreme Court’s 2009 decision in Wyeth v. Levine has thrust a spotlight on the preemption doctrine in the pharmaceutical sector.

Light at the End of the Carpal Tunnel

An electrical engineering company faced a number of repetitive motion claims from carpal tunnel and hand/wrist tendonitis. Read how the Liberty Mutual Consulting Center helped reduce the average claim cost.

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