Risk Management

Founded in January of 1954, Risk Management is a monthly magazine that features news and industry analysis for corporate risk managers. The magazine has a circulation of 16,000 readers and is published by the Risk and Insurance Management Society Inc. Morgan O'Rourke is Editor-in-Chief. Jared Wade is Editor. Bill Coffin is Publisher/Editorial Director.

Articles from Vol. 47, No. 1, January

A Common Language: Standardizing Risk Data
Before a business implements significant changes on any level, it must be faced with either a threat or an opportunity that can only be met through such means. When it comes to developing data standards, risk management and insurance industry professionals,...
A Hard Look at Pricing Trends
In May 1999, Merrill Lynch analysts noted that "the last two accident years have produced smaller reserve redundancies and, for many companies in the study, the 1997 accident year has produced slight reserve deficiencies.... given what we know about...
Contract Wording
Risk managers have access to a wide array of policy wordings offered by competing insurance companies. Not satisfied with off-the-rack forms, they demand customized policies matching specific exposures and risk financing arrangements. However, establishing...
Deep Cover: Professional Liability Limits
What should risk managers pay attention to when considering whether to increase limits for professional liability coverage? We spoke with Christopher Mango, lead underwriter for Chubb Executive Risk, about what to look for. Mango's company offers a...
Executive Forum
I'VE JUST RETURNED FROM THE MOST EXCITing weekend I've had as a volunteer for RIMS. I write this invigorated by the energy, commitment and creativity that came out of a development session for a new pilot program created by the Member and Chapter Services...
Eye-Tech
Technical Savvy Behind Bars Biometrics may be the technological key for tomorrow's security systems. Five years ago, Lancaster County Prison made a serious mistake, releasing a violent rapist instead of a man brought in for driving under the...
Fair Reports
Last spring, the Federal Trade Commission released an advisory opinion that determined sexual harassment investigations can be subject to the regulations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. After much public scrutiny and criticism over the implications...
Multiple Lines
A Status Report on the Bundling Trend Roughly three years ago, multi-line, multi-year property/ casualty insurance programs were trotted out and touted by brokers and underwriters as a more cost-effective, administratively simple way to transfer...
Multiple Lines: A Status Report on the Bundling Trend
Roughly three years ago, multi-line, multi-year property/ casualty insurance programs were trotted out and touted by brokers and underwriters as a more cost-effective, administratively simple way to transfer corporate risk. Roughly three dozen companies...
REBEX Wrap-Up
Last October, the Windy City once again played host to the Risk and Employee Benefits Exposition, better known as REBEX. Since its kickoff in 1993, the regional conference--sponsored by the Chicago and Wisconsin chapters of the Risk and Insurance Management...
Standardizing Risk Data
Before a business implements significant changes on any level, it must be faced with either a threat or an opportunity that can only be met through such means. When it comes to developing data standards, risk management and insurance industry professionals,...
Wanted: Workers' Comp Benchmark
In a recent survey, employers, claims payers, managed care providers and others revealed their priorities for workers' compensation managed care and how they measure the outcomes. Conducted by The Journal of Workers Compensation, in conjunction with...
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