Last week, global stocks continued to tumble from highs set earlier this month as fears mount over global economic growth. Investors have shifted focus to the growing economic disparity between the U.S. and the rest of the world.
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Institutional Investment & Fiduciary Services Practice Update: Investment Basics-Inflation: Its Causes and Impact
We’ve all heard the term inflation, but what are its causes and impacts on the economy and financial assets?
Gallagher Higher Education Think Tank Studies - Bringing Great Minds Together to Help Reduce Campus Risk
Gallagher Higher Education Think Tank studies are published annually and include perspectives from leaders at colleges and universities throughout the U.S. on a common topic. These individuals gather to brainstorm on topics that affects almost all higher education institutions. View the comprehensive list of all Gallagher Think Tank studies to date.
Institutional Investment & Fiduciary Services Practice Update-Building a Better Portfolio: The World Cup of Bonds
The 2014 World Cup semi-finalists demonstrate how a global bonds investment might make for a sensible portfolio allocation.
U.S. median incomes ended a 6-year decline by ticking up slightly in 2013, according to a Census Bureau report released last Tuesday. The weakness of the current recovery is allowing the Fed to continue to delay interest rate hikes, but for how long? Our Weekly Market Update examines the most recent data.
By November 15, 2014, sponsors of self-insured health plans must take steps to report the number of covered lives for purposes of the Transitional Reinsurance Fee through Pay.gov. The first payment of the Transitional Reinsurance Fee is due by January 15, 2015. (Insurance carriers will report the number of covered lives and ultimately pay the fee for fully-insured health plans.) To assist sponsors of self-insured health plans, we have prepared these action steps as you countdown to compliance.
The Gallagher Higher Education Think Tank Study - What I Wish I'd Known When I Started explores what it takes to be successful in higher education risk management - and the immense knowledge and experience you gain through the years. View our complete study, download the PDF, share and/or print the document.
A large, public university experienced a large employee dishonesty fidelity loss and filed a claim with their insurer. The loss was perpetrated by an employee in the treasury department by providing university money to a Ponzi scheme as an investment. It was also discovered that the employee stood to gain from doing so with an agreement that the Ponzi scheme leaders would provide the employee with some of the funds on the back end of the transaction. To read more, view our Gallagher Management Liability case study.
Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits & HR Consulting operations of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The September 2014 issue includes healthcare reform updates, a technical bulletin, webinar information and a variety of benefits and HR news.
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, (“OCR”), issued new guidance in 2011 and follow-up guidance in April 2014 which details a college’s responsibility to respond promptly and effectively to alleged acts of sexual violence against students in accordance with the requirements of Title IX. The compliance obligations are extensive and have caught many colleges and universities off-guard. These mandates are unfunded. To help institutions get started and think through how they will fulfill these requirements, this Gallagher Higher Education whitepaper offers 10 steps that should be part of any Title IX compliance program.