Blogs and articles
Is product recall insurance a necessity or frivolity?
April 12, 2021With approximately 579,811 manufacturers in the US, the industry is vast and consists of a myriad of business types that live within the various levels of the supply chain.
Are D&O insurers considering heightened EPL exposure in the current environment?
December 16, 2020
D&O policies have offered individual EPL coverage for as long as memory serves. But why? Yes, D&O policies are ‘all-risks policies’ but why would a director be happy to have their limit eroded by wrongful acts committed by any employee? And why are insurers happy to cover this exposure in the first place, when standalone EPL policies have been readily available for many years?
Avoiding the telehealth risk gap
December 3, 2020
The COVID-19 crisis has accelerated many existing trends in society from the shift to home working to an increased appetite to patronize local and independent businesses. But few, if any, of these trends can match the potential benefits promised by telemedicine.
L’Art de la Résilience : gérer les risques du marché de l’art en ligne
November 5, 2020
L’année 2020 a certes été mouvementée pour le marché de l’art et ses nombreux galeristes, maisons de vente aux enchères et marchands, aux prises avec une pandémie et des restrictions dans la sphère publique. Ariane Roux-Pagès, souscriptrice chez Beazley, examine comment le secteur réagit à ce nouvel environnement d’affaires et en quoi cette transformation modifie l’exposition aux risques des organisations.
An exhibition of strength: Managing risk in a virtual art world
November 5, 2020
From galleries to auction houses and dealerships, the fine art world has faced a turbulent 2020 as it adapts to survive the effects of a global pandemic and restrictions on public life. Beazley underwriter Ariane Roux-Pagès considers how the sector is responding to this new virtual trading environment and how the transformation is changing organisations’ risk exposures.
Managing the risk of violence on campuses amid Covid-19
October 30, 2020
Colleges have welcomed back students this fall under circumstances that no institution or student will have experienced before. This year, more than ever, the thousand or so academic institutions re-opening their doors have had to consider whether new approaches are required to protect the safety and security of campuses and students’ physical and mental wellbeing.