In the News
Whether it's a feature article on our groundbreaking research or an interview with one of our industry leaders, FM Global is frequently in the news. From here, you can read recent news reports and informative articles written by or featuring commentary from company experts.
July 04, 2018 | fDi Magazine
Switzerland, Luxembourg, and Sweden have earned the top places in this year’s annual FM Global Resilience Index.
July 03, 2018 | NPR (National Public Radio)
The 'Here & Now' program visits the FM Global Research Campus in Rhode Island, USA to see how the insurance company is helping clients mitigate damage from natural disasters.
June 28, 2018 | PropertyCasualty360.com
For every $1 a business spends on hurricane protection, it reduces loss exposure by an average of $105, according to a new analysis by commercial and industrial property insurer, FM Global.
June 27, 2018 | Business Insurance
Every $1 a business spends on hurricane protection reduces loss exposure by an average of $105, according to a new analysis by FM Global.
May 30, 2018 | Manufacturers Monthly
Key findings from the 2018 FM Global Resilience Index reveal that despite Australia ranking among the highest in the world for the resilience of its business environment, it experienced a fall in certain resilience drivers during the past year.
May 23, 2018 | IndustryWeek
The risk of cyberattack, once overhyped, now threatens businesses’ very existence, according to the 2018 FM Global Resilience Index.
May 17, 2018 | Security Brief Asia
Hong Kong may be Asia’s most resilient place to do business and its cyber resilience is overtaking other Asia countries including Japan and Singapore.
May 17, 2018 | Strategic Risk Europe
The Swiss top the 2018 Resilience Index compiled by mutual insurer FM Global.
April 22, 2018 | South China Morning Post
Companies in Asia lag behind those in the US in cyber insurance coverage according to Grace Ries, vp, manager of cyber risk insurance products FM Global.
April 16, 2018 | AM Best TV
Experts in risk-focused data and analytics, like FM Global senior vice president Brion Callori, say tools and availability are advancing rapidly, but their biggest hurdle remains converting data into useful, actionable information