Since March 2020, Airmic has been issuing Friday Reading, a curated series of readings and knowledge resources sent by email to Airmic members. The objective of Airmic Friday Reading was initially to keep members informed during the Covid-19 pandemic. Today, Airmic Friday Reading has evolved in scope to include content on a wide range of subjects with each email edition following a theme. This page is a searchable archive of all the readings and knowledge resources that have been shared.

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Airmic,Ventiv, 18th February 2022
Friday Reading Edition 94 (18th February 2022)
Risk professionals will need to educate themselves not only on how to approach data-driven decision making but also the technological developments that will increasingly dictate where data comes from and how it is used.
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Marsh, 10th February 2022
Friday Reading Edition 99 (25th March 2022)
On February 7, 2022, Delaware Governor John Carney signed into law a groundbreaking bill that opens up new directors and officers (D&O) liability insurance options for companies. Senate Bill 203, which passed the legislature unanimously on January 27, 2022, clarifies how companies can use captives for Side A D&O coverage.
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Aon, 9th February 2022
Friday Reading Edition 103 (22nd April 2022)
Employers are recognising that pay alone may not be enough to retain workers in the current environment. To succeed, employers need to focus on improving workplace culture, understanding workers’ priorities and helping managers lead remote or hybrid teams.
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Airmic, 9th February 2022
Friday Reading Edition 93 (11th February 2022)
[For Airmic members only] If you missed it: join us in conversation with our partners from Previsico, GWT Insight, Zurich and Watertight, to discuss an overview of the current flood risk and a joined up approach in this field as we seek greater resilience.
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Harvard Business Review, 7th February 2022
Friday Reading Edition 97 (11th March 2022)
[Limited free articles per month for non-subscribers] For the fourth year in a row, business has been named the most trusted institution in America. But trust is fragile and businesses must manage it as carefully as they do their balance sheets.
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Mercer, 1st February 2022
Friday Reading Edition 104 (29th April 2022)
Investors should stay restrained and not overreact. Positioning portfolios for the unfolding of geopolitical events whilst they are already developing requires an ability to see into the future. History has shown us that sell-offs driven by geopolitics can be so short-lived that even clairvoyant investors may struggle to time them.
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AXA XL, 1st February 2022
Friday Reading Edition 99 (25th March 2022)
Challenging conditions in the traditional insurance marketplace, notably for cyber coverages, have prompted many buyers to seek to increase the amount of risk they retain with their captives. This article explains how a structured solution can help buyers of cyber coverage to take higher retentions and manage risk volatility within their captives.
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Balkerne, 1st February 2022
Friday Reading Edition 94 (18th February 2022)
On weather modelling, the fundamental importance of data assimilation and quality control, the methodology of multi-model forecasting and achieving the most possible from computing resource. Balkerne speaks to James Burn, Meteorologist with the IBM Weather Company, on the growing importance of weather forecast and observation data to the property insurance industry.
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World Economic Forum, 31st January 2022
Friday Reading Edition 97 (11th March 2022)
The emergence of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 was accompanied by a new wave of misinformation being shared online. COVID misinformation, not all of which is shared maliciously, can undermine public health efforts to control the global pandemic. Tackling false information needs to happen at all levels and should be focused on accurate and positive messaging.
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Imperial College London, 26th January 2022
Friday Reading Edition 91 (28th January 2022)
Coronavirus infections in England may no longer be declining at the rapid rate seen in early January, according to new swab testing data.
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