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Airmic Annual Dinner tickets on sale 6th September 2019

The event will be a celebration of risk and insurance

First company secretary meeting puts D&O liability under the spotlight 6th September 2019

Next special interest group meeting to be held on 26 November

A rise in machinery breakdowns is hurting businesses 6th September 2019

Human error and deferred maintenance are the driving causes. How should risk managers respond? Owen Lewis of FM Global offers critical advice.

Is your pre-loss risk assessment up to scratch? 6th September 2019

Dame Judith Hackett's post-Grenfell report warns of underqualified fire risk assessors, some of whom can have just two days' training. Prof. James Lygate of IFIC Forensics explains the importance of exercising careful due diligence.

Martin Gary, managing director of Albatros
Brexit discussions: insurance consequences for Lufthansa Group 6th September 2019

Strict regulation and insurance requirements mean the stakes of a hard Brexit are high for the aviation sector. Martin Gary is managing director at Lufthansa Group's in-house insurance broker. He explains the measures they have put in place.

Transportation risk: are you neglecting supply chain safety? 1st August 2019

Over a third of occupation-related deaths occur on the road. With growing pressure to consider corporate risks "beyond the company gates", Marcus Beard and George Simpson from Arthur D. Little put the spotlight on transportation governance, including practical advice for achieving best practice.

Emerging risks: are you the victim of progress or do you define it? 6th September 2019

Emerging risks are too often being ignored by boards who prefer to focus on easier-to-manage visible risks, according to Airmic and Marsh in a joint paper published this summer. Why have emerging risks become so important, and why do businesses struggle to deal with them? Jessica Titherington speaks to risk experts and Airmic members to get their views.

Disruption: time to challenge traditional workplace assumptions? 6th September 2019

Members invited to Airmic and WTW thought leadership seminar

Tim Murray, group director - enterprise risk, Serco and Airmic chairman
6th August 2019

Risk management has an image problem, says Tim Murray, who took up the position of Airmic chairman in June this year. Here he speaks to Jessica Titherington about his mission to help risk move with the times.

Neal Croft is global client relationship director at Willis Towers Watson
6th August 2019

The most successful businesses recognise that geopolitics is about more than just war and terrorism. Neal Croft from Willis Towers Watson argues that organisations should mobilise expertise from across the business if they are to tackle this challenging peril.

6th August 2019

New premises offer more flexible space for members

1st August 2019

Today's cars are changing fast bringing in many safety benefits but also opening up new risks. Cyber crime, more costly repairs and liability disputes are some of the risks fleet managers should be aware of. Louise Kerrigan from Zurich explains.

1st August 2019

Airmic's annual enterprise risk management conference will take place on 9 October at etc. venues in the City of London, the association has announced.

Kasper Nielsen, chief strategy officer at Reputation Institute
1st August 2019

Interview: Kasper Nielsen of Reputation Institute explains why most organisations still don't understand how to manage their reputation, and discusses his plans to make reputation insurance possible.

1st August 2019

The government has surprised many in the insurance market by setting the revised Ogden discount rate at -0.25%.

1st August 2019

We need to understand what caused Brexit, why it's here and how it will impact the future in the broadest sense, argues Jonathan Blackhurst, director, head of risk management at Capita.

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30th November 2016

Although Theresa May has said that "Brexit means Brexit", there is still a huge amount of uncertainty and debate about what it will actually look like. Ben Waterton of Arthur J. Gallagher urges risk managers to act now.

1st November 2016

Changes brought about by the Insurance Act 2015 in relation to basis clauses, warranties and other terms may have the knock-on effect of seeing the increased use of conditions precedent in policy wordings.  Paul Lewis and Laura Moorhead of Herbert Smith Freehills LLP exp

5th March 2018

Christopher Bourdaire of Sovos | FiscalReps

29th November 2016

Cyber-attacks have become a fact of business life and being unprepared is no excuse. Sarah Hewitt of Arthur J. Gallagher offers advice on what an effective breach response plan should look like.

1st May 2016

Airmic’s new website will be live in time for the annual conference with a different look and feel, greater ease of use, more member focus and compatibility with tablets and smart phones.

30th June 2015

Airmic has released a step-by-step guide to managing reputational risk and laid the foundations for increased insurance cover for losses incurred as a result of reputational damage.

30th June 2015

Policyholders should be willing to pay higher insurance premiums for contract certainty, according to an Airmic report on the importance of business-critical insurance launched at its annual conference.

31st July 2013

Airmic has set up the fastTrack scheme to give young risk managers help with their careers. It is also open to more experienced members who have taken on new roles. Fifty five people have so far expressed an interest in taking part. More

3rd November 2014

fastTrack’s deputy chair talks to Airmic News about its first one-day forum Developing Tomorrow’s Risk Leaders.