Setting up an effective BI insurance program requires an in-depth risk assessment of your business, its operations, and how a BI loss can impact your bottom line. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Two in five businesses have suffered a business interruption loss in the last five years, according to the 2017 RIMS Business Interruption Survey.

The biggest challenge for companies managing these business interruption (BI) claims: Accurately quantifying their losses.

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