Risk perspectives - When even good brokers can't help

Brokers have cause to be both delighted and concerned at the smoke signals emanating from the recent Airmic conference, which took place in June.

First the good news. Risk managers - at least those who use brokers - think you do a good job, according to a survey conducted at the conference.

In response to the question: 'Over the past year, how do you rate your main broker's performance?', 88% replied 'good' or 'very good' for 'overall service' and 'cover achieved relative to market'. Some 82% were

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