BRICs Sink In Change Ranking

MILESTONES By Paula L Green It doesn’t seem to matter how rich a country may be. Or the number of people residing within its borders. Even the landmass of a nation or its geographic locale can’t predict a country’s ability ...

Corporate Life And Pensions Rebound

RISK MANAGEMENT By Karen Kroll Corporate life and pensions insurance is regaining strength as economic conditions improve. The US market for corporate- and bank-owned life insurance (COLI and BOLI, respectively) and corporate supplemental pension plans—or “top hat” plans—are once again ...

Risk Management: Political Risk

WALKING A FINE LINE   By Paula L Green   As civil unrest continues to flare up in disparate markets worldwide, corporate risk managers must be aware of the impact that sanctions and regulatory changes can have on their political ...

Risk Management: Reinsurance

ON AN EVEN KEEL By Al Modugno   Despite historic catastrophic events over the past two years, reinsurance rates have remained relatively steady, saving primary insurance providers—and thus corporate buyers—from higher costs.   With even a hint of any potential ...