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Growing Sales, While Protecting your E&O with Environmental Liability Insurance

Posted by Environmental Risk Managers, Inc. on Jul 9, 2015 6:00:00 AM

By: Parker Bunbury

Most agents are not actively discussing the managing and transferring of Environmental Liabilities with their clients. What happens when your client experiences an environmental loss? Roughly less than 2% of operating businesses have the financial strength to self-insure their environmental liabilities. Taking this into consideration, 98% of businesses do not have the financial wherewithal to survive an environmental loss. With bankruptcy looming on the horizon, what options do they have?  For some businesses their only option could be their insurance agents E&O coverage.  No agent likes the sound of that but this is just one of the many reasons why insurance professionals must strategize with insured’s on managing and transferring their environmental exposures.

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Topics: Risk Management, Strategic Partners

Cyber Risk: A Massive Problem With the Insurance Industry Firmly Entrenched in the Middle

Posted by Watsec Cyber Risk Management on Jun 25, 2015 1:23:55 PM

by: Doug Blakey, President

There are no passengers on spaceship earth. We are all crew. - Marshall McLuhan, 1965[i]

According to the Director of National Intelligence for the United States, James Clapper, in his annual Statement for the Record Worldwide Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community[ii]:

“Cyber threats to US national and economic security are increasing in frequency, scale, sophistication, and severity of impact.  The ranges of cyber threat actors, methods of attack, targeted systems, and victims are also expanding.”

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Topics: Risk Management, Strategic Partners

Your Agency's Real-Life "Survivor" Challenge

Posted by Mary Fran Mullan on May 5, 2015 6:00:00 AM

My family and I are big fans of Survivor, one of the original “reality” TV shows.  We have never missed a season, and we enjoy not only the show itself, but also the family tradition established. 

The show was originally introduced to the viewers as a lesson in sociology, that is, the study of human societies, particularly present-day societies.  It showcases the causes of building and changing relationships among individuals and groups. Now halfway through its 30th season, I think Survivor is also an excellent example of risk management. Let’s take a look how.

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Topics: Risk Management, Growth and Development, Planning

Do you solve or prevent problems for your clients?

Posted by Brandon White on May 31, 2014 9:00:00 AM
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Topics: Risk Management, Problem Solution