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Client Guest Article in Risk & Insurance: “Reputation’s Going-Forward Effects”

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Nir Kossovsky, the CEO of AC client Steel City Re, writes a guest article for Risk & Insurance that describes the lasting going-forward effects of reputational crises, as seen with United Airlines.

“Our data, which shows that the frequency and severity of economic damages connected to reputational injury increased by 461 percent over the past five years, also suggests that the real effects of that damage may take up to 13 weeks to first become evident and another 20 weeks to set in. So, UAL’s disappointing results, months after their reputational incident, are completely in line with the after effects of other corporate reputational events.”

Reputation’s Going-Forward Effects

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Client Guest Article in Industry Today: “CEOs’ Reputations Under Fire Amidst Corporate Troubles”

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Nir Kossovsky, the CEO of AC client Steel City Re, writes a guest article for Industry Today about the increasing frequency and ferocity of personal attacks against  CEOs across industries, including manufacturing, and the new tools they need to protect themselves.

CEOS’ Reputations Under Fire Amidst Corporate Troubles


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Steel City Re CEO Discusses Wells Fargo Reputational Damage in Risk & Insurance

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Nir Kossovsky, the CEO of Steel City Re, an AC client that analyzes the reputational risk of public companies and their boards for investors and insurance purposes, writes a guest article for Risk & Insurance that draws parallels between the current reputational crisis at Wells Fargo and the CTE crisis faced by the NFL.

How Many Blows to the Head Can Wells Fargo Take?


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CEO of Steel City Re Featured in Washington Post on Trump Brand Damage

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Nir Kossovsky, the CEO of Steel City Re, an AC client that analyzes the reputational risk of public companies and their boards for investors and insurance purposes, was featured in articles by the Washington Post discussing the economic and reputational damage this presidential campaign has done to the Trump brand.

Links to articles below:

Brands come and go, but damage to Trump’s reputation will last

Conspicuously missing from Donald Trump’s new venture: His name


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