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John Hurrell is to step down after nine years as chief executive of Airmic, the association that represents UK risk managers and insurance buyers announced today. He will remain in post until his successor is in place, ensuring a smooth transition.
- Analysis based on detailed conversations with senior Chairmen and business leaders
- Research follows changes to the UK Corporate Governance Code
- Sets out an integrated ‘best practice’ approach on the managing and reporting of risk
Airmic has expressed its disappointment in the announcement of yet another rise in Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) announced by the Chancellor in his Autumn Statement. IPT will increase from 10% to 12% from next June.
European risk managers are taking a more strategic role in their companies with increasing access to top management levels and the board. Against this background, they have a wider vision of the risks that could affect the ability of business to achieve its objectives. These are the key conclusions of the 8th European Risk and Insurance Survey conducted by the Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA) and reported in the FERMA European Risk and Insurance Report. The report was published at the FERMA Seminar in Malta.
Policyholders, brokers and insurers are well prepared for the Insurance Act as the new law comes into force today, according to Airmic, the association that represents corporate risk managers and insurance buyers.
Airmic today publishes its guide to scenario analysis – a document that supports a wide range of risk management activity, highlighting exposures and opportunities and informing the process of buying insurance.