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.
December 13, 2018
Deanna Fidler succeeds Enzo Rebula, who will be retiring at year’s end after 37 years with FM Global.
December 06, 2018
Hands-on training experience in the classroom. That’s the goal of a US$100,000 donation from FM Global to Roger Williams University.
November 30, 2018
FM Global has received an ‘AA’ (Very Strong) financial strength rating affirmation from Fitch with a “Stable” outlook. The rating also applies to the company’s affiliates.
November 28, 2018
Risk and damage to property from tornadoes continues to increase in the United States as concern intensifies around climate change’s effect on severe weather. The climate’s influence on twisters is especially elusive to scientists, as...
November 13, 2018
FM Global has won a 2018 Innovation Award from Business Insurance magazine for its Cyber Risk Assessment, the insurance industry’s first comprehensive cyber readiness assessment.
October 30, 2018
FM Global has donated US$100,000 to the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors. The funding will provide 10 years of support for the Society’s ‘Phoenix World Burn Congress.'
September 26, 2018
FM Global’s Johnell R. Holly has been elected to Spencer Educational Foundation’s board of directors.
September 17, 2018
FM Global, one of the world’s largest commercial and industrial property insurers, has received a Mansfield Award for its high level of corporate property insurance claims service in the Australian market.
September 12, 2018
Understanding an organization’s enterprise-wide cyber risk and providing a research- and science-based way to mitigate that risk is the impetus behind the FM Global Cyber Risk Assessment, the insurance industry’s first comprehensive cyber readiness assessment.
September 12, 2018
JOHNSTON, R.I., USA—Officials predict Hurricane Florence will cause “massive damage” and involve a “long-term recovery.” Businesses can’t afford that, especially if they supply necessities like food, shelter, fuel, power and paychecks. Quick recovery ...