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Chris Tidball | March 11, 2022
The war in the Ukraine raises the question of what kind of insurance coverage could apply in the event of a nuclear attack?
Steve Hallo | March 23, 2022
Analysts with Forrester offer insights into the steps risk management professionals should take as Russia’s aggression continues in Ukraine.
Katherine Chiglinsky, Siddharth Philip and Max Reyes | March 21, 2022
Lessors of planes stuck in Russia since the onset of sanctions have warned insurers of possible claims.
Joseph S. Harrington, CPCU | March 15, 2022
Following the invasion of Ukraine, managing sanctions risk becomes more complicated for enterprises with any exposure to international commerce.
Karen Sorrell | March 18, 2022
The Russian law discontinues insurance transactions with 'unfriendly countries,' including the U.S., Canada, U.K and the EU, until Dec 31, 2022.
Steve Hallo | March 10, 2022
While acts of war are typically excluded from coverage, assigning culpability for a cyberattack remains a Herculean task.
Steve Hallo FC&S Editors | March 08, 2022
While direct exposure is limited, AM Best reports that U.S. insurers might face ‘significant’ indirect exposures.
FC&S Editors | March 04, 2022
The experts at FC&S take a deep dive into the repercussions the invasion is having on the insurance world.
Christine Schiffner | March 24, 2022
Often the best courses of action are legally informed but ultimately are not legal action.