Compliant multinational programs should consider the role and interplay of excess insurance – either for traditional property or casualty exposures or more specialist D&O, environmental, clinical trials and other risks – needing careful attention.
This report explores the significant role of excess insurance when designing a compliant multinational program. Read the report.
Structuring Multinational Insurance Programmes: Anticipating Emerging Global Challenges for Captives
This report urges risk managers at multinational European companies to re-examine the capabilities of their global insurance partners as the international regulatory and business environment grows increasingly complex. Read the report.
M&A Risk Management: Collateral Liabilities and Solutions
This report discusses how to address collateral responsibilities from an efficient risk transfer standpoint and highlights factors potential purchasers may need to address. Read the report.
ACE Podcast Series: How Commercial Business & Property Owners Can Best Prepare for Hurricanes
Hurricanes can be extremely destructive -- the combination of storm surge, high winds and heavy rain poses serious threats, including property damage, disruption of business operations, and personal injuries and loss of life. ACE’s hurricane podcast series stresses the need for pre-planning and preparation. Listen to the podcasts.
M&A Risk Management: Global Environmental Liability
This paper discusses M&A global environmental liability trends in the context of the exposures they create as well as ways to effectively manage and transfer these risks. Read the paper.
Cloud Computing: Is Your Company Weighing Both Benefits & Risks?
Cloud computing is a landscape-altering technology that is enjoying increasing rates of adoption — often implemented, however, without taking sufficient risk
management precautions. While there are numerous advantages to adopting the cloud, there are also abundant risks, and having a comprehensive risk management plan in place is critical. Read the report.
Europe's Latin American Dance
European companies perceive the region’s long-term economic prospects as bright despite recent economic slowdown. But they must manage many regulatory and political risks, and develop local relationships in order to optimise their opportunities. Read the article.