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Airmic provides a 24/7 media service, giving information and comment to journalists on topics relevant to risk management and corporate insurance. We also produce contributed articles. Please contact Leigh-Anne Slade,

Press releases

12th June 2024

But most still unperturbed by rise of far right.

4th June 2024

The Airmic Excellence Awards are now an established part of the UK and Ireland risk management scene. Awards will be granted for outstanding achievements in risk management, risk financing, service to the profession or to Airmic, or a contribution to the wider society in which we all live and work.


New for 2024 is that Airmic Partners, as well as Airmic Members, are invited to submit nominations.



3rd June 2024

Reinforces the belief that its digital infrastructure will be the catalyst for global innovation


Solution to the ‘broken’ renewal process signals transformational benefits for the $1TN global commercial insurance industry, with the potential to dramatically reduce renewal times and improve data quality.

21st May 2024

44% have increased frequency and scope of horizon scanning, scenario analysis

15th May 2024

More risk professionals (56%) are tracking social media to monitor elections in the “year of elections” , the Airmic Big Question survey this week found. During the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, only 19% of respondents in an Airmic survey said tracking social media was useful in monitoring important developments, including politics.

1st May 2024

The top risks for Airmic members in this “year of elections” are the rise of populism and the geopolitical impact they bring, the Airmic Big Question survey this week found.

24th April 2024

The weakening of Western influence on the global agenda, as well as the rising influence of Iran with support from Russia and China, is the most concerning geopolitical trend for half of respondents in the Airmic Big Question survey this week.

17th April 2024

Airmic members also concerned about China-Philippines clashes in South China Sea.

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Leigh-Anne Slade
Head of Media, Communications and Interest Groups
07956 41 78 77

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