Click here for the Friday Reading Search, a searchable archive of reading and knowledge resources

Since March 2020, Airmic has been issuing Friday Reading, a curated series of readings and knowledge resources sent by email to Airmic members. The objective of Airmic Friday Reading was initially to keep members informed during the Covid-19 pandemic. Today, Airmic Friday Reading has evolved in scope to include content on a wide range of subjects with each email edition following a theme. This page is a searchable archive of all the readings and knowledge resources that have been shared.

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Airmic,ACCA,PRMIA, 28th April 2023
Friday Reading Edition 183 (15th December 2023)
A continued string of corporate failures reminds us how a strong risk culture, consciously built and nurtured by the board, senior and middle management is essential as the best means of avoiding them. This report aims to empower the risk and accountancy professions to improve their risk cultures and lead their organisations in a new age of risk.
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Airmic, 23rd February 2023
Friday Reading Edition 183 (15th December 2023)
This report demonstrates why risk and internal audit professionals need to relook at the way they collaborate, as their organisations build resilience amid the maelstrom of geopolitical risks.
Airmic, 6th December 2022
Friday Reading Edition 183 (15th December 2023)
This Risk Management Guide was originally developed by a team drawn from major risk management organisations in the UK, including Airmic and ALARM. It has since been revised and updated in line with current thinking.
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UK Government, 1st November 2023
Friday Reading Edition 177 (3rd November 2023)
Leading AI nations have reached a world-first agreement at Bletchley Park establishing a shared understanding of the opportunities and risks posed by frontier AI.
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WTW, 7th February 2024
Friday Reading Edition 172 (29th September 2023)
Perspectives on the global construction industry, highlighting regional insights and construction insurance rate trends.
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ECL , 9th March 2023
Friday Reading Edition 172 (29th September 2023)
From an optimistic 2022, the forecast for the forthcoming year has taken an unexpected slump with looming worries about materials costs and inflation to gloomy reports such as that from data specialist Glenigan predicting a 2 per cent fall in most types of projects.
McKinsey & Co, 1st November 2013
Friday Reading Edition 172 (29th September 2023)
Large infrastructure projects suffer from significant undermanagement of risk throughout the life cycle of a project, as the management of risk isn’t properly accounted for in their planning.
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Marsh, 21st March 2022
Friday Reading Edition 167 (25th August 2023)
Evolution of the space economy and militarisation of orbits are reconfiguring this environment. The space economy is currently based around greater accessibility and digitalisation. Many countries can conduct missions aimed at intelligence gathering, navigation, and military communications, meaning the militarisation of orbits poses an increasing threat, which could impact diplomacy and trigger conflicts.
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Marsh, 19th May 2023
Friday Reading Edition 166 (18th August 2023)
Since 1990, wildfires have consumed an average of 2.5 million hectares a year across Canada, with around 7,300 fires occurring annually. These fires can ravage communities, destroy buildings and infrastructure, and even claim lives.
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Zurich, 19th August 2021
Friday Reading Edition 166 (18th August 2023)
Before you plan mitigation, response and recovery efforts, a general understanding of the nature of wildfires and evolving conditions can be helpful.