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“The Roundup” is Origami Risk’s weekly bulletin of headlines and resources impacting risk, compliance, safety, P&C insurance, and healthcare.

Wed, June 15 | Gender exclusivity: Will the insurance industry be left behind? 

Women comprise more than 60% of the insurance industry, and yet, they only hold 19% of board seats. The insurance industry hasn’t quite gotten the hang of gender inclusivity. Many of the outdated habits in the industry cause gender exclusivity, pushing the industry even further into the past in a world barreling toward the future. (continue reading) 

Wed, June 15 | Do you have the right insurance for these summer hazards? 

Summer is a time for gathering with friends and family, but with more activity and travel comes increased risk of accident and injury. Some of these incidents could cost you thousands of dollars if you don’t have the right insurance coverage. (continue reading) 

Wed, June 15 | Florida’s Litigated Claims Dropped 14% from April to May for Largest Carriers 

Florida’s 16 largest property insurers reported a 14% average decrease in litigated claims in May, the first drop in the numbers since February. (continue reading) 

Wed, June 15 | The SEC war on greenwashing has begun 

There’s now little doubt that the US Securities and Exchange Commission actually means business in its bid to crackdown on misleading claims by managers of ESG funds. (continue reading) 

Thurs, June 16 | How to Provide Quality Care in High-Risk Pregnancies 

Health systems, hospitals, and physician practices need to step up their efforts to provide care in cases of high-risk pregnancies, an expert at San Diego-based Scripps Health says. First, we need to recognize that complicated pregnancies are becoming more common. Secondly, we need to move beyond the status quo and find ways to improve care for these vulnerable moms and their children. (continue reading) 

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