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RIMS Benchmark Survey

For a limited time, we are offering a BUY ONE GET ONE FREE special on this 2014 edition. When you order a book, we will automatically double your order.


The Risk and Insurance Management Society is proud to announce the 2014 edition of the RIMS Benchmark Survey.

Over the years, the RIMS Benchmark Survey has provided the data and insight to:

  • shape your understanding of the market.
  • hold more informed and productive discussions among risk managers, brokers and underwriters.
  • explain the market to internal management.

The 2014 Survey, which is an annual summary of the data received during the 2013 calendar year, offers professionals a broad view of the industry. As a single source of benchmark statistics with industry data for more than 52,000 insurance programs from 1,500+ organizations - including the programs of more than 50% of the Fortune 500 companies - the survey is your window into the commercial insurance market.

RIMS' partner, Advisen, has added features that offer risk managers faster and easier ways to enter their program data. For those who use the online version - RIMS Interactive Benchmark toolkit - there is real-time understanding of their programs and the tools available to manage them more effectively, as well as access to a wealth of archival data and risk management information.

Whether you are answering questions about your competitors, the market cost of a line of insurance or providing budget projections, the 2014 RIMS Benchmark Survey is your tool for the most complete analysis possible.

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE RIMS Benchmark Survey™ Results Book!

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