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,KPMG, 18th October 2021
Friday Reading Edition 80 (29th October 2021)
Global challenges such as climate change call for ambitious initiatives. It is admirable that the insurance industry has made commitments through various initiatives. However, more dialogue is needed between insurers, brokers, insurance buyers and risk professionals to ensure that these initiatives have the right intended consequences on the global economy, and so that significant progress can be made towards net zero.
Airmic,Marsh, 15th October 2021
Friday Reading Edition 80 (29th October 2021)
The reality is that if you’re not going to assess your ESG risk, someone else will. We anticipate that ESG will in time become part of the regular risk management and reporting of all organisations – some more swiftly than others. Now is the time for you to bring your ERM expertise into the ESG strategy conversations.
Airmic,Control Risks, 14th October 2021
Friday Reading Edition 80 (29th October 2021)
Ransomware attacks have continued hitting the headlines, and has rapidly become the key cyber threat to organisations globally. This despite an increasingly active and disruptive geopolitical threat picture with individual organisations, global supply chains and critical infrastructure also increasingly targeted by state-linked actors.
yppah, 9th June 2021
Friday Reading Edition 79 (22nd October 2021)
Within the current return to work and post-Covid horizon the businesses who thrive will be the ones who quantify people risk by regularly measuring the health of their people and aligning that data with programmes and action.
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Zurich, 7th September 2021
Friday Reading Edition 76 (24th September 2021)
Zurich’s new report, Closing the gap on climate action, explores the actions that both business leaders and policymakers should be taking to help achieve a net-zero economy.
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Howden, 13th April 2021
Friday Reading Edition 76 (24th September 2021)
Covid-19 has accelerated the rise of the intangible economy marking one of the most important economic shifts in modern times. Howden calls on insurers to help fill protection gaps as intangible risks become increasingly ‘invisible’ across multiple lines of business and territories.
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RUSI
Friday Reading Edition 74 (11th September 2021)
Two decades on, the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) reflects on the profound impact the 9/11 attacks had on security and global strategy, in this series of commentaries, reflections, and event recordings.
Aon
Friday Reading Edition 74 (11th September 2021)
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted terrorism worldwide like any other area of human activity. Public health restrictions seem to have played a key role in shaping the threat in 2020, mainly by limiting it. Outside of conflict zones, incidents that have occurred have most commonly been lone attackers, reflecting a more situationally suppressed threat.
Marsh, 21st July 2021
Friday Reading Edition 73 (3rd September 2021)
To guide energy and power businesses in their risk management plans, members of Marsh’s Energy and Power Practice led a webcast on ESG messaging, why it is important, and how to communicate your ESG approach to insurers.
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Lloyd’s
Friday Reading Edition 73 (3rd September 2021)
A coordinated global effort is needed to address the climate challenge. Lloyd’s has just launched a new report setting out the catalytic role the insurance industry will play in supporting and accelerating the transition to a low-carbon economy.
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