Now Playing:

RMS' Moss: Risk Models Are Too Useful to Be Used by Insurers Only

Stephen Moss, director, RMS, said risk managers and other high-scale buyers of insurance should take advantage of risk models' ability to point up exposures and resiliency issues, reducing costs in the long run.

Register to be notified of new A.M. BestTV episodes.

  • Starr's Greenberg: The First 100 Years Were Just the Beginning

  • St. Joseph’s Students Succeed in Competition by Focusing on Uninsured Risk

  • Sedgwick's North: Claims Handling Is Undergoing a Tech Revolution

  • Marsh's Tobin: Most Flood Losses Come Beyond Designated Hazard Areas

  • Safety National's Luebbert: States Increase Scrutiny of Self-Insurance Programs

  • Nationwide’s Kardaras: Cryptocurrencies Challenge the Bounds of Crime Coverage

  • Liberty's Kelley Sees Continued Consolidation Among Commercial Insurers

  • Lockton's Andler: Floods of 2017 Put Emphasis on Finding Long-Term Solution

  • Willis' Merkovsky: Parametric-Based Coverage Cuts Through Post-Cat Complexity

  • Lockton's McGrath: Supply Chain Coverage Adapts to 'Economic Adulteration'

  • Willis' Medlock: Caribbean Risk Facility Is a Model for Cat-Exposed Regions

  • Zurich's Cooper: 2017 Storms Helped Shape Following Year's Coverage

  • Liberty's Michel: A Million Dollars Is Not What It Used to Be

  • Employment Liability Panel: It's Not Having a Policy That Matters, It's How You Respond

  • RMS' Moss: Risk Models Are Too Useful to Be Used by Insurers Only

  • Bermuda Premier: Island Aims to Become Hub for Fintech, Virtual Currency

  • Zurich's Grahf: Travel Coverage Continues to Grow, Attract M&A

  • The Institute's Elliott: Connected Devices Draw New Players Into Risk Management

  • Captive Regulators: Our Biggest Challenge Is Keeping Up With Regulations

  • Lockton's Moitoso: Enterprise Risk Management a Bigger Factor in Coverage

  • Hartford's Bergbauer: Surprising Number of U.S. Businesses Exposed to Multinational Risks

  • Fraud Sniffr CEO: Despite Facebook's Troubles, Social Media Still Reveals Fraud

  • Want to Get a Job in Insurance? Think Outside the System

  • Hawaii's Kurata: Large Share of Captives Coming From Asia-Pacific Region

  • Neustar Execs: It’s Hard to Set Effective Rates if You’re Unsure of the Customer

  • FM Global’s Lawson: Cyber Loss, Like Floods and Hurricanes, Can Be Mitigated

  • Tennessee’s Corbett: Sponsors Turn to Captives to Support Voluntary Benefits

  • Risk Panel: Cyber Is Growing Into the Risk That Connects Them All

  • Ironshore’s Smith: Social Justice Concerns Drive Some Environmental Costs

  • Generali’s Skapof: Need to Scale Up Market Drives Consolidation

  • Gallagher Bassett’s Powell: Insurance Counsel Face New Data-Based Scrutiny

  • Marsh’s Denton: Insurers Pulled Into Legal Battles Over the Opioid Supply Chain

  • Insurance Leaders: The Most Effective Catastrophe Work Occurs Pre-Storm

  • Liberty's Kelly: Hospital Risks Extend Further Into Environmental, Cyber

  • Gallagher Bassett's Hampshire: Claims Handling Is the Dark Horse in the Insurtech Race

  • Verisk's Casas: Energy Market Puts the Squeeze on Underwriters

  • The Institutes' Miller: Focus Ahead Includes Learning Blockchain Tech

  • Zurich's Horgan: Puerto Rico Offers Lesson in Catastrophe Impact, Resilience Needs

  • Data and Analytics Leaders Reveal Their Biggest Challenge: Show Me the ROI

  • Marsh's Fell: Next Generation of Insurers Takes Fresh Approach to Risk

  • Hartford's Tooker: Crunching Data Helps Pinpoint Developing Opioid Issues

  • WTW's Ryan: Workplace Wearables Boost Safety, but Create New Data Exposures

  • PMA's Santulli: Curbing the Opioid Problem Means Looking Beyond Medications

  • AIR's Stransky: Next Great Catastrophe Could Be a Virtual Cloudburst

  • Active Shooter Panel: Coverage for On-Site Violence Is 'Business as Unusual'

  • Chubb's Tanenbaum: Connected Devices Are the New Cyber Snoops

  • ISO's Treacy: Data, Risk Modeling Have Caught Up With Flood Underwriting

  • Allianz' McGuirl: Cornucopia of Entertainment Channels Creates Opportunity

  • Verisk's Ingraham: Tech Changing Commercial Risk Differently Than Personal

  • As Insurers' Range of Competitors Widens, Leaders Say Scaling Up Matters

  • Liberty's Duncan: 2017 Disasters Hold Lessons for Health Care Providers

  • RIMS President: 21st Century Risk Management Has Changed

  • A.M. Best's Gillard: No Company Will Ever Be Done With ERM