OTF archive

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Issue | Issue 3 | Spring 2017

Content Includes:

InsurTech: Embracing the disruptive age
Tracking disasters in real time: OTF considers the impact social media has had on disaster preparedness and post-disaster communications
First on the Scene: Keeping track of Matthew
Interview with Harsha V. Agadi, President and Chief Executive Officer, Crawford
A global mindset – Francisco Garcia and Kirsten Early explain why some short-term pain is worth the longer-term gain when it comes to putting together a global TPA program
How marine became a catastrophe class of business
Keeping it all on record – Broadspire’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Danielle Lisenbey, considers the impact of OSHA’s new electronic recordkeeping rule on employers and their TPAs
3D: Supply chain – Where do we need to see the biggest steps taken to enhance future supply chain resilience
A tale of three earthquakes: Three countries, three earthquakes, three unique loss adjusting challenges
Breaking down the barriers – How the Netherlands became the class action center of Europe
Crawford Matters
– Crawford Innovative Ventures launches with acquisition
– Andrew Robinson joins Crawford as Global COO
– Contractor Connection takes to the airways

 

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Issue 1 | White Paper: Wildfires

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White Paper | November 2016

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After the “Beast”

Pat Van Bakel, President and Chief Executive Officer of Crawford & Company, Canada explains why the devastating wildfires in Fort McMurray in May 2016 were a game changer from a hazard and industry loss perspective

How Wildfire became a peak peril 

Some of the largest natural catastrophe events witnessed to date in 2016 from around the world

The growing cost of wildfires

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Issue | White Paper: Major Events

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White Paper | June 2016

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Against a turning tide

Major events so far in 2016 suggest the tide could be turning after 5 years of relatively benign global natural catastrophe losses. On the FrontLine considers some of the implications from a risk, insurance and claims perspective

Dec 2015 – May 2016 Natural Catastrophe Events

Some of the largest natural catastrophe events witnessed to date in 2016 from around the world

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Issue 2 | Spring 2016

Content Includes:

First on the scene: Counting on the cost of Tohoku
Rio: All set for the best show in town
21st Century terrorism
Proactive & flexible: Terex Director of Risk Management tells OTF how its global TPA program is positively impacting its approach to employee healthcare claims
Adjusting to a new world: An interview with Ian Muress
Supply chain: Identifying the weakest link
What can be done to bridge the global insurance protection gap?

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Issue 1 | Autumn 2015

Content Includes:

China: Taking stock in Tianjin
Cyber: When the clock starts ticking
Aviation: Change in the air
Pandemic: A plan of action
Customer First: Dusting off the shop window
Clear Thinking: Virtual learning
Crawford Matters: GAB Robins integrationon track for November 1

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Issue | OTF FERMA Conference Daily – Venice Day 3 – Wednesday 7 October 2015

Content Includes:

Financial lines: A changing threat environment

Perspectives – Paul Ogni, Country Manager, Crawford Italy

Interview: Diversity – Carl Leeman, Chief Risk Officer, Katoen Natie

PerspectivesNiels de Kock, Client Services Director, Global Markets, Broadspire

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Issue | OTF FERMA Conference Daily – Venice Day 2 – Tuesday 6 October 2015

Content Includes:

Supply Chain Risk – Eliminating the weakest link

Interview: Profession, Patrick Smith, Chief Risk Officer, Europe, The Warranty Group – The evolving risk landscape requires a joined-up approach to risk management and risk transfer

Interview: Diversity, Anne Charon, CEO of Zurich Insurance Group, France – How a diverse workforce can offer a fresh perspective on both traditional and emerging risks

OTF Interview – Finger on the pulse of the risk community

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Issue | OTF FERMA Conference Daily – Venice Day 1- Monday 5 October 2015

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Intangible Risks – Grappling with intangibles

Risk Manager Interviews:

Jo Willaert, Corporate Risk Manager, Agfa-Gevaert talks to OTF about how the role of the risk manager has changed and the perceived value of the risk manager at board level
Elaine Heyworth, Interim Head of Risk, Royal British Legion speaks about latest innovation around intangible risk and whether self-insurance should be part of the risk management strategy

Young Professionals Breakfast – Alessandra Carrillo, Crawford EMEA Business Transformation and Strategy Manager talks to OTF about how the risk and insurance profession can make itself more attractive to young talent and why diversity is important, particularly in an evolving risk landscape

 

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