Video Abstracts


Welcome and Overview (New June 2021): Reputation risk, you may be surprised to learn, is actually a class of perils. The common element: emotionally charged disappointed stakeholders. Facing reputation losses, such stakeholders may be ruthless. Run Time: 00:03:38

Advisory and Insurance Services (New October 2021): Companies, their leadership and their boards need our solutions, because every stakeholder group expects them to have a credible plan to head off ESG and Reputation risk. Here are 5 compelling examples. Run Time: 00:02:14

D&O Value Proposition: We offer the points we think risk professionals should bring to the attention of every board member regarding reputation and courts, capital markets and regulators. Run Time: 00:02:41

ESG Insurance (New September 2021): ESG Insurance is part “errors and omissions” insurance, part “ESG board performance” bond, and part strategic communication to regulators, institutional investors and both bond and ESG raters. Run Time: 00:02:49

Reputation and Reputation Value: Reputation value—an asset-protection, oversight, and compliance duty of Boards—is created by choices made in expectation of a benefit or dread of harm. There can be no reputation value if there is no expectation, and no expectation if the benefit or harm is kept secret. Run Time: 00:02:22

Parametric Principles (Insurance Part I): Parametric insurance is standard insurance in every respect but one: loss payment is based on a financial model rather than on a loss adjuster’s estimate or a documented expense. Run Time: 00:02:31

Risk & Insurance (Insurance Part II): Steel City Re’s parametric insurances can be engineered to be triggered by different magnitudes of reputational value loss to meet the differing risk transfer financial strategies of our clients. And they can be engineered for insurance captives. Run Time: 00:02:09

Case Study 6: A robust reputation risk management solution can create and protect corporate, board, and executive value. This is a case study of what was, and what could have been based on the actual experiences of real companies this past decade. Run Time: 00:03:10