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At Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., we try to learn everything we can about the industries we serve and the risks they may encounter. It’s a commitment that’s embedded in our corporate culture to expanding our expertise, continuing educational development and gathering topical updates to remain ahead of the curve.

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Market Conditions 2017 - Financial Institution Bond

Financial Institution Bond insurance renewal premiums fell within a “stable” range (+/- a few percentage points) in 2016. Internal distractions within three of our top-ten financial fidelity insurers (Ace/Chubb merger, AIG’s fidelity restructuring and Zurich’s diversified financial restructuring) diminished the level of competition in 2016, and we expect this lackluster competition to continue into 2017.

Gallagher Higher Education Think Tank Study: Reputational Risk

The 2016 Arthur J. Gallagher Think Tank for Higher Education Risk Management examined one of the more difficult risks to manage: reputation. Now seen as one of the key critical risks affecting organisations today, reputational risk is, by some measures, the master risk into which all other risks feed. Management of—or, perhaps more to the point, the failure to manage—reputational risk could have such a severe impact on an organisation as to make redundant all other forms of risk management.

Tag(s): Higher Education;

Healthcare Reform Update - January 17, 2012

This Article Includes: IRS Provides Additional Guidance on W-2 Reporting under PPACA, HHS Issues Bulletin that Sets Forth Intended Approach on Essential Health Ben, Agencies Issue Final MLR and Additional Guidance on the Distribution of Rebates by Insurers That Do Not Meet the Requirements, HHS Claims PPACA Helped 2.5 Million Additional Young Adults Obtain Health Insurance, Schedule of Supreme Court Hearings on PPACA, DOL Proposes Increased Reporting and Enforcement to Combat MEWA Abuses, Questions and Answers for Employers

Tag(s): Healthcare Reform; Health & Welfare;

Minute for Safety - Cold Stress

Working under cold conditions can lead to various injuries or health effects, which are collectively known as cold stress. Construction workers may experience cold stress when working outdoors on a cold day, in a refrigerated room, in an unheated building, in a cold water, rain or snow, or while handling cold objects or materials. Other workers who may be susceptible to cold stress include field workers, cold storage workers and workers who work with refrigerated or frozen foods.

Tag(s): Loss Control;

Network Security and Privacy Liability - It’s Not Just an IT Issue.

Technology has changed the delivery of health care with the push to digitize all health care records. With that type of digital change, the Healthcare community is an increasing target for cybercriminals. Keeping electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) secure is a challenge for IT and an ongoing concern for HR managers, compliance and finance. For healthcare organizations and practices, the fines and penalties associated with HIPAA and HITECH can be crippling. This recorded webcast will help you understand some of the risks, how to help mitigate them and how to protect your organization's financial health.

Tag(s): Cyber Risk; Healthcare; Technology & Telecommunications;