FM Global is at the forefront of commercial and industrial property insurance and loss prevention. From here, you can learn about our most recent activities and initiatives.
April 04, 2017
New Global Flood Map Tackles Top Worldwide Natural Hazard Risk
Created by property insurer FM Global, innovative map
offers one-stop consistent global view of flood exposure to aid businesses
JOHNSTON, R.I., USA— With flooding on the rise...
March 30, 2017
FM Global has announced that 2016 was another “very successful year.” The company posted an improved combined ratio of 83.2 percent...
March 24, 2017
Fitch Ratings has affirmed commercial and industrial property insurer FM Global’s ‘AA’ (Very Strong) financial strength rating and ‘Stable’ outlook.
February 23, 2017
FM Global has developed a new design for automatic fire sprinkler protection beyond what can be addressed with current commercially available sprinklers.
February 15, 2017
S&P Global Ratings has affirmed the ‘A+’ financial strength rating and “Stable” outlook for commercial and industrial property insurer FM Global, highlighting that the company is an “industry leader” with “strong operating results."
January 18, 2017
A new study of senior financial executives has identified the top operational risks that have harmed their companies in the past five years. Sixty-six percent of financial executives surveyed say their organizations have been harmed by equipment ...
December 23, 2016
FM Global, one of the world’s largest commercial and industrial property insurers, has again received an affirmation of its A+ (Superior) financial strength rating from insurance ratings company A.M. Best.
December 22, 2016
The White House Office of Management and Budget has recognized FM Global's commitment to helping improve community resilience.
December 07, 2016
FM Global is sponsoring a one-hour webcast, “Finance’s Role in Operational Risk Management: CFO Research on Building a Resilient Company" to help senior financial executives prepare for the coming year,
December 06, 2016
Lithium-ion batteries, so useful in smartphones, electric cars and energy storage systems, can catch fire and explode. The risk is magnified in warehouse settings where hundreds of thousands of batteries could be stored.