Jeff Thompson, B.S. 1996, M.S. 2001 Jeff Thompson graduated twice from USC: once in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science double majoring in Finance and Risk Management and Insurance, and then again in 2001 with a master’s in Public Administration. Having grown up in Columbia, USC … [Read more...] about Alumni Spotlight – Jeff Thompson
Winter 2020 RMI Newsletter
Recently Published Work – Dr. Greg Niehaus
Dr. Greg Niehaus recently published "Regulation and the connectedness of insurers to the banking sector: International evidence," in conjunction with Jannes Rauch and Sabine Wende in Risk Management and Insurance Review, Volume 22, Issue 4, 2019. … [Read more...] about Recently Published Work – Dr. Greg Niehaus
An RMI Major or Minor Leads to Great Opportunities!
Current RMI students in the Moore School of Business are on the path to success with different jobs and internships already lined up for after this semester. These positions are at a variety of companies, including Marsh, Disney, Eaton, Boeing, Chubb, Fifth Third Bank, Tishman … [Read more...] about An RMI Major or Minor Leads to Great Opportunities!
Gamma Iota Sigma – CPCU Panel
(From left) Jay Lannin, CPCU, Dr. Robert Hartwig, CPCU, Cathy Foster, CPCU, Katie Brazel, CPCU, Marissa Yorkshire, CPCU, and Whitney Gurtzweiler, CPCU The South Carolina CPCU Society Chapter sent representatives to participate in a panel during a Gamma Iota Sigma … [Read more...] about Gamma Iota Sigma – CPCU Panel
Winter RMI Newsletter – February 29, 2020
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Business Insider 2/4/2020: Coronavirus should trigger risk management protocols: Experts
Dr. Robert Hartwig was quoted by Business Insider on his perspective of the coronavirus’ impact on insurance. He says, “assuming an epidemiological outcome similar to the 2002 SARS outbreak, I would expect the impacts to the global property/casualty, life/health and reinsurance … [Read more...] about Business Insider 2/4/2020: Coronavirus should trigger risk management protocols: Experts