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. 37, No. 10, October

Academics Place Emphasis on Cycles, Solvency
Academics Place Emphasis on Cycles, Solvency Taking a break from tossing around theories, equations and statistics during the recent meeting of the American Risk and Insurance Association (ARIA) in Orlando, FL, insurance academics met in plenary sessions...
Business Interruption Coverage from Startup to Finished Product
Business Interruption Coverage From Startup to Finished Product Business interruption insurance is vital because it permits a company to continue its daily operations in the midst of a loss occurrence. By allowing earnings and expenses to continue,...
Colorado Group Forms to Promote Captives
Colorado Group Forms to Promote Captives A group has been formed to promote and advance Colorado as an attractive, competitive domicile for captive insurance companies. The Colorado Association of Captive Entities (CACE), which is based in Denver, was...
Contractual Risk Transfers: The Art of Reading the Fine Print
Contractual Risk Transfers: The Art of Reading the Fine Print Since most risk management and insurance professionals have mastered the language and policy framework of insurance contracts, they should be familiar with the majority of business agreements...
Facility Risk Management in Developing Countries
Facility Risk Management In Developing Countries Developing countries depend on dynamic industrial growth to support their economic objectives. Yet growth without the necessary management of environmental and public health risks can adversely affect...
Get the 'Shoulds' out of the Workplace
Get the 'Shoulds' Out of the Workplace Gary Wood's talk was just what the doctor ordered. After a night of cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, late dinners and insomnia and a morning packed with informative presentations, risk managers and others at the...
Hot Topics Debated at RIMS Florida Meeting
Hot Topics Debated at RIMS Florida Meeting During the sizzling mid-August heat in Florida, about 300 risk managers and service providers discussed some of the hottest issues affecting the risk management field today. Gathering in Boca Raton, registrants...
Robotics: A Future View of Workplace Safety
Robotics: A Future View Of Workplace Safety In the early 1940s Isaac Asimov set down the three laws of robotics in his book "I, Robot." These laws were designed to calm the human fears of robots. They read: "A robot may not injure a human or, through...
Safe Harbor Test Proposed for Captive Insurers
Safe Harbor Test Proposed for Captive Insurers The Committee on Insurance Companies of the American Bar Association has proposed establishing a safe harbor test for deducting premiums paid to certain captives. The proposal is the result of cases...
Software Sets Priorities for Industrial Hazards
Software Sets Priorities for Industrial Hazards No one knows more than risk managers about the long hours that go into evaluating the hazard potentials of toxic and volatile chemicals used by industry. That's why Battelle, the Columbus, Ohio-based...
The Missing Link in Satellite Communications
The Missing Link In Satellite Communications A severe hurricane knocks out several satellite communications stations throughout the Southeastern United States. The transmission of information from all over the globe - stock trades, ATM transactions,...
What's Wrong with a Long-Term View?
What's Wrong With a Long-Term View? Has risk management grown too big for risk managers? This question is on the minds of most UK risk managers following a series of disasters - the Bradford Football Club fire, the capsizing of the Herald of Free...
Why Political Risk Insurance Will Grow in the 1990s
Why Political Risk Insurance Will Grow in the 1990s What we are witnessing with the death of communism is much more than the end of an inherently flawed political and economic system. We are witnessing the end of the longest period of sustained peace...
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