03.25.2015Property Casualty 360
Laure Champion was recently quoted in a March 25th article entitled “10 smart strategies for building strong risk manager/broker relationships”. Read the full article here.
01.29.2015Atlanta Business Chronicle
Aon Atlanta's Laurie Champion was featured in the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s People on the Move section for her recent appointment to the Board of Directors for the Atlanta Area Council, Boy Scouts of America. The announcement can be found here.
7.1.14Property Casualty 360
Aon’s Laurie Champion recently contributed an article for Property Casualty 360 on perception and evolution of the risk management industry. The following is an excerpt from the article: “The honorable practice of risk management has been at the center of many events in history. Almost everyone can discuss the major catastrophes of our age—the hurricanes, tsunamis, explosions, wrecks, contaminations, product failures, governance failures and ethical lapses—with some degree of awareness and understanding of risk and risk management. The implications of these events are relatively easy to perceive. It's the discussion of risk management as a discipline that isn't always as clear.”
5.30.2014Atlanta Business Chronicle
A quiet 2013 in terms of catastrophic natural disasters and other types of loss-generating events is putting some downward pressure on what businesses pay for property and casualty (P&C) insurance although, as you might expect, most of the benefits are going to larger buyers, as opposed to small and midsized businesses (SMBs). “We are in a unique situation now,” said Kristin Rambo Adams, executive vice president in the Atlanta office of Aon Risk Solutions. “Due to the severe and multi-year economic crisis in the U.S., there is a tremendous amount of private equity and pension capital available,” Adams said. “More than $500 billion of new capital is expected to flow into the insurance marketplace in the coming five years — and typically, new capital flowing in will drive pricing down.”
5.30.2014Atlanta Business Chronicle-The Insider
On March 25, the Atlanta Area Council, Boy Scouts of America hosted its 30th annual Peach of an Athlete Role Model Banquet at the Cobb Energy Centre. The purpose of the event is to recognize amateur and professional athletes who live their lives according to the same values as Scouting and to benefit the Atlanta Area Council, Boy Scouts of America. Colleague and former Atlanta Falcon, Brian Finneran, was recognized for his participation at the event and was pictured alongside Leonard Walker of Wells Fargo and Georgia Representative Dewey McClain in the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s, The Insider.
4.1.2014Property Casualty 360
When selecting a workers’ comp TPA, the No. 1 priority is to contain the adjuster's caseload. But what else do risk managers look for in a third-party administrator?
1.1.2014Property Casualty 360
These highly experienced figures will contribute to and help shape our coverage of the P&C insurance industry in the year to come.
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