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.
In this panel session recorded at the Business Insurance 2021 Innovation Awards and Conference, Jaap de Vries, FM Global innovation consultant, discusses what business leaders can learn from those organizations who are keenly focused on building resilience into every corner of their operations.
Developing climate resilience is now essential for organizations looking to ensure long-term continuity but it’s not a simple task. FM Global explains how breaking down assessment and planning into three distinct areas - property, operations and people - can help.
Technology tools are critical for managing risk and claims. FM Global's MyRisk platform is one of those tools used by clients and brokers for risk improvement, preparing for weather threats and policy information.
Sr. vp and manager of engineering and research, Brion Callori, discusses how FM Global's equipment predisposed tool, a 2021 Innovation Award winner, helps risk managers prevent and reduce large property losses.
FM Global insured properties protected by a well maintained and adequately designed levee to contain a 500-year flood are rated as a reduced-hazard flood risk, says the insurer’s vp of natural hazards and structures.
Concerns over increasing climate risks continue to top corporate board agendas. Mike Hunneyball, sr, account engineer at FM Global, provides insight into how climate risk is changing and what cost-effective engineering solutions can better safeguard organizations.
Climate-related events are driving changes in commercial property insurance policies. Amy Brown, staff vp and manager of natural hazard underwriting, shares mitigation advice for climate risk and discusses how FM Global's policy is tailored to clients’ risk profiles.
While it’s not possible to explicitly say that climate change was the cause of recent damaging floods in Belgium, Germany and China, it’s likely that a changing climate is affecting the probability of these events occurring, says FM Global's Paolo Larentis.