Health

June 8, 2024

Lacking good solutions, $25 billion of Marsh clients’ premium is going to captives. Hey! Steel City Re's insurance is made for complex risk!

Captives are a solution to the lack of innovation. Martin South, president and chief executive officer, Marsh, was being interview by Penny Randall Seach, group chief underwriting officer, Zurich Insurance Company in a Global CEO fireside discussion at AIRMIC called ‘Global forces driving change: a future outlook’ Because the industry is not offering products that address clients’s needs as risks evolve, “some $25 billion of Marsh clients’ premium is now being retained using this form of risk transfer.“ In other news, insurer AXA is reorganizing US operations. Layoffs are expected. Meanwhile, Steel City Re has on offer a remarkably innovative original outcome-based solution to the most complex risk of all. It is a solution insureds have wanted since 2005, and it is backed today by Tokio Marine Kiln.

February 8, 2024

Pharma has a misinformation problem — and execs could be on the hook. While vaccine-related misinformation is prevalent, it’s not the only threat. False information can arise around ethics, innovation or safety, and threaten a pharmaceutical firm’s reputation, viability and profitability. Reducing the damage from these threats requires a proactive approach. […] Kossovsky agrees.

November 14, 2023

Tolerable Risk podcast. 🔊 My guest is Nir Kossovsky, CEO of Steel City Re and an expert in the area of reputational risk management. Nir has the most interesting background which gives him multiple perspectives on the topic of reputational risk. During the episode, Nir and I discuss: 👀 What "agitation" and "behavior perils" are and why you should be aware of them 🤔 Why perception is as important (if not more!) than reality 💰 How taking an active approach to reputational risk management can help you with fundraising 🦁 And how it all starts with courage ✅ Nir also discusses how the "Big Six" - Ethics, Innovation, Safety, Security, Sustainability, and Quality - are the best place to begin.

Tolerable Risk podcast. 🔊 My guest is Nir Kossovsky, CEO of Steel City Re and an expert in the area of reputational risk management. Nir has the most interesting background which gives him multiple perspectives on the topic of reputational risk.

During the episode, Nir and I discuss:

👀 What “agitation” and “behavior perils” are and why you should be aware of them
🤔 Why perception is as important (if not more!) than reality
💰 How taking an active approach to reputational risk management can help you with fundraising
🦁 And how it all starts with courage

✅ Nir also discusses how the “Big Six” – Ethics, Innovation, Safety, Security, Sustainability, and Quality – are the best place to begin.

October 11, 2023

Steel City Re Intelligence Unit Briefing: What derailed the ESG movement & what boards expect from risk management in the aftermath.

Steel City Re CEO and former Los Angeles County deputy coroner on what derailed the ESG movement & what boards expect from risk management in the aftermath.

September 26, 2023

In a world of polycrisis, […] risk managers need to… market the elevated quality of their risk management processes.

In a world of polycrisis, […] risk managers need to… market the elevated quality of their risk management processes. The author thanks for their contributions to this article:
Courtney Davis Curtis, University of Chicago; Deyna Feng, Cummins, Inc.; Mary C. Friedl, Redbox; Kathleen A. Graham, The HQ Companies; Chris Hammond, Stepan; Enya He, Blu Clarity PBC; Carnell R. Jones, Trinitas Ventures; Christy Kaufman, Zillow Group; John C. Kline, Discover Financial Services; Manuel Padilla, MacAndrews & Forbes Incorporated; Soubhagya Parija, FirstEnergy and New York Power Authority; Kristen Peed, CBIZ; Theresa Severson, Kite Realty Group; Seung Yoo, Regal Rexnord Corporation; and Denise Williamee, Steel City Re.

January 10, 2023

Even the excellent risk management of a fabled pharmaceutical company was challenged by the velocity of social media-amplified risk.

The military, and many corporate leaders, think in terms of an ‘OODA loop’ — the amount of time it takes to Observe, Orient, Decide and Act. We live in an era where weaponized social media has compressed OODA time frame for reputation risk management dramatically, especially when institutional investors are on tenterhooks.