The pandemic has heighted our general awareness of how important it is that businesses maintain resilient global supply chains, writes Adriano Lanzilotto, Vice President and Client Service Manager at FM Global.
The last year was one of great challenges to our supply chains, with a continuing global pandemic impacting our traditional processes for assessing and managing the disruption to them, writes Harvey Smith, Consultant at Adapt Ready.
Premium rates and the scope of cover and capacityhave continued to deteriorate across a number of covers and sectors, according to the latest Pulse Survey of Airmic members and a follow-up Airmic Live webinar.
2021 is an exciting year for Airmic, despite the ongoing challenges of the pandemic, as it continues to go from strength to strength with the huge range of benefits it offers members, including the exciting, and evolving, range of learning and development solutions it provides.
A fragmented and competitive exit from the pandemic will test relations between business, governments and society, according to Claudine Fry, Director, Political Risk, and Charles Hecker, Partner, Political and Economic Risk, Control Risks.
Airmic will release the fourth instalment in its ‘Roads to …’ thought leadership series later this year, focusing on the growing desire for corporate purpose to be more than just a statement of words but as a vehicle through which to support and communicate strategy and culture.
Lasting effects of the Covid-19 pandemic pose a long-term risk to the global cooperation needed to address the long-term challenges such as environmental degradation and social fragmentation, according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report 2021.
Airmic is proud to be partnering with The Business School (formerly Cass), City, University of London, once again to deliver the annual Risk Leadership Programme, open to members and delegates from Airmic's partner organisations.
Airmic has welcomed the Supreme Court ruling of 15 January dismissing appeals from insurers to the original judgement and allowing four from the Financial Conduct Authority in its case against Arch and Others.
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
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.
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.
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