It’s High Time We Deal with Pot
But conflicting federal and state law create unclear implications.
Developments in Puerto Rico
While much uncertainty remains, here’s an initial look at where losses might come from in Puerto Rico.
The Odd Couple
Harvey and Irma packed different types of punches, affecting different lines of insurance.
The Last Mile Begins Many Steps Ahead
In the wake of a catastrophe, it takes painstaking planning to be there for clients.
Harvey may have destroyed a million vehicles. Now what?
Angels in My Lifetime
Putting aside their own challenges, insurance professionals answer the call in Houston.
A Common Language
Q&A with Rod Cruickshank, President & CEO of The Partners Group
Almost as soon as I submitted my last column on our industry’s response to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, unforeseen disaster struck again, and again and again.
The Road to Recovery
Q&A with Jayant Khadilkar, Global Head of Analytics and Technology, TigerRisk Partners
Right Under Our Nose
We don’t always see the potential leaders in our own organization.
Too Costly to Ignore
The Council has a new focus on the cost of health services.
The Equifax Hack
An empire built on your personal information reveals flaws in its foundation that will be felt for decades.
What’s Your Value: Good or Great?
Even in this robust M&A market, the highest value appears to still be reserved for peak performers.
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