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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AMRAE, 11th January 2022
Friday Reading Edition 134 (9th December 2022)
[Click télécharger - "download" - but document is in English] From AMRAE, Airmic’s sister association in France – Risk-taking is inherent to a company in its pursuit of value creation. However, due to the radical transformation of some “traditional” business models, increased digitalisation of the economy, development of new technologies, multiplication of regulations, geopolitical uncertainties, changes in society, or the challenges of climate change, corporate risks are changing rapidly.
Cora, 6th November 2020
Friday Reading Edition 134 (9th December 2022)
[Free to watch webinar upon sharing contact details] In this change management webinar Stephen Carver, Businessman and Lecturer at Cranfield University use the example of airplanes and flight to examine complexity in change management, the findings of the research, and how it can help you.
Control Risks, 31st August 2022
Friday Reading Edition 121 (2nd September 2022)
[Free to watch upon sharing contact details] Control Risks experts explore current trends in the global sanctions landscape, the keys to building a successful sanctions compliance program, and advice on screening and management of third parties, particularly as they relate to sanctions on Russia.
Zurich, 28th April 2022
Friday Reading Edition 119 (19th August 2022)
The invasion of Ukraine has changed the risk landscape for generations to come. How businesses assess, plan and mitigate risks will also need to change.
[Free to read upon sharing contact details] 2022 research shows the greatest likelihood and impact of 25 workforce-related threats facing employers worldwide according to human resource (HR) professionals and risk managers.
Marsh, 18th November 2021
There is no doubt the next decade is “the critical decade” for climate action, with the COP26 summit in Glasgow last November seen as the turning point. The summit allowed countries to establish a common ground, and collectively find ways to overcome barriers to achieve climate objectives.
With much of the world suffering political and social upheaval, multinational companies are facing a growing risk of strikes, riots and civil commotion. To prepare for the potential damage and disruption caused by civil unrest, risk professionals need to protect their balance sheets and international assets.
Airmic,Control Risks,KPMG,Marsh,QBE,Sedgwick, 7th June 2022
Cyber threats are considered worse in 2022 than they were last year and the greatest risk for business. Geopolitical, climate and supply chain risks are tied at second place. Diseases and the pandemic have dropped out of the top 10 list of risks – but has this been de-escalated too quickly? Have we learnt and embedded the right lessons from Covid-19?
Airmic,Mactavish, 7th June 2022
This guide describes how a business can identify the general insurance it needs and how to buy this cost-effectively. It will discuss the role of the insurer, insurance broker and other stakeholders in the process, and what they will expect from the business. Purchasing appropriate insurance is an essential part of successful business planning.
Airmic,WTW, 19th May 2022
Employee benefits have not always been a priority for full inclusion within the enterprise risk management strategy. This is changing through recognition of the real advantages to the organisation that can be achieved by doing so.