Why corporations sometimes can’t get the coverage they really need.
Analytics are now being used to predict the relative likelihood of different loss-producing events at a location.
If there are multiple claims, a policyholder may have to pay multiple deductibles.
The commercial insurance industry lags behind the complex needs of corporate buyers.
Finance chiefs' indifference to sustainability is slowly — and irreversibly — starting to change, a corporate valuation expert observes.
Some of last year's disasters such as storms in Texas struck areas with high insurance penetration, accounting for a 42% increase in payouts.
Years after going to prison, disgraced CFOs try to make something good come from their crimes by telling finance executives how they went wrong.
Most internal auditors are slow to help employers prepare for major corporate “disruptions” like big regulatory changes and cyber attacks.
The aggregate $6 billion in settlement dollars last year was almost double the 2015 total.
Since data breaches suggest weak controls, CFOs need to improve their grasp of technology controls.