Nathan Skinner

  • Claims & Liabilities

    Tough at the top: the state of the D&O market


    The directors’ and officers’ insurance market is stable, with plenty of insurers competing on price. But, as austerity measures kick in, claims could increase and perhaps even force a hardening

  • Research Centre

    ACE survey: Flood warning


    Recent ecological disasters are keeping the multitude of environmental dangers at the front of risk managers’ minds

  • Markets & Risks

    Don't stop me now


    When any number of problems could bring business grinding to halt, a continuity plan is vital. And, according to the latest survey by our sister title StrategicRISK, senior management agree

  • Re & Risks

    Gagged and caged


    The likes of Facebook and Twitter have created new ways for businesses to connect with their customers. Now they must learn to use these social media platforms while not ignoring the reputation risks they pose

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    Getting tough at the top


    The D&O market has served both buyers and sellers of policies well in recent years, but in a new era of brutal cutbacks and unforgiving regulatory regimes, have those golden days come to an end?

  • Re & Risks

    One man's model career


    Times are bountiful for the LEGO Group, but it's not all rosy, as sister title StrategicRISK found when it met Hans Læssøe, the company's head of risk

  • Research Centre

    Corporates still fall down on ERM


    Research from sister title StrategicRISK suggests a significant number of businesses still have some distance to cover before enterprise risk management is embedded in their culture

  • News

    Aon defends global risk tool as Deutsche demands exit


    Greg Case defends GRIP risk transfer tool after Deutsche Bank calls for information withdrawal

  • Re & Risks

    Rating agencies: Ready to face the judges?


    When Standard & Poor’s added risk management to its credit rating assessment, some doubted it had the credibility to properly judge the discipline. But as a good rating is vital to success, does your ERM do enough to impress the panel?

  • Re & Risks

    'Expand your horizons' urges Airmic chairman Nicola Harvey


    Risk managers are increasingly being asked to step up into a strategic advisory role. Airmic’s new chairman explains how the association is ready to help risk managers with this transition

  • Markets & Risks

    Strength to be unpopular


    In the second of our two-part Airmic special, Paul Moore, the man who blew the whistle on HBOS, talks about presenting messages to the board that it may not want to hear. His experience is a lesson to all risk managers

  • Markets & Risks

    Something to declare?


    Over a third of Airmic members have had a claim rejected in the last year due to non-disclosure. But are these rules weighted too heavily in the insurers’ favour? In the first of a two-part special ahead of its annual conference, chief executive John Hurrell talks about his bid for ...

  • Agenda

    A break with tradition


    It’s more than time to drag an age-old insurance law into the 21st century

  • Agenda

    The secrets of your success


    Risk managers who want to reach the top of their game need to show what they’re made of

  • Agenda

    Sink or swim?


    Risk managers have a choice: stick with compliance or step up to the board

  • Markets & Risks

    Evolving threats


    As political risk uncertainty rises, the threat landscape is changing. Insurance Times’s sister title StrategicRISK has teamed up with ACE to find out what tops risk managers’ list of concerns and what they’re doing to mitigate them

  • Markets & Risks

    Speaking out


    In his only UK interview, Moody’s whistleblower Eric Kolchinsky offers a glimpse into the inner workings of the rating agencies and warns that systemic problems are getting worse, not better

  • Agenda

    Out with the old


    Solvency II is on its way and, despite its challenges, the effort should be worth it

  • Agenda

    With the benefit of hindsight


    Achieving effective risk management is the overriding goal, post-credit crunch

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    Demonstrating value


    Insurance firms should work with their clients to promote the benefits of risk management

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