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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 Mark Baylis,

Press releases

19th March 2018

'Compliance is a cultural challenge rather than ticking boxes'

12th March 2018

The new Airmic EXPLAINED guide on crisis management, which was produced with Gallagher who did much of the research, provides a step-by-step explanation of best practice.

16th February 2018

Airmic has warmly welcomed the revised and updated version of international risk management standard, ISO 31000: 2018, which was published yesterday after a long period of consultation. The new version is shorter than its predecessor and has been updated to take into account changes to the way business works.

7th September 2017

Airmic, the association that represents UK risk managers and insurance buyers in some of the largest organisations in the UK, has welcomed the proposed changes to the personal injury discount, as announced today by the Ministry of Justice. 

12th June 2017

Insurers and risk managers must work together to develop a new business model based on partnership if they are to retain value and relevance to businesses, according to a three-part analysis of the future of risk and insurance conducted by Airmic with AXA Corporate Solutions, Chubb and JLT Specialty.

12th June 2017

The risk management profession is undergoing unprecedented transformation in terms of its strategic influence and scope, as well as the nature of risks it is facing, major research into the views and experiences of risk and insurance managers has revealed.

12th June 2017

Organisations are not doing enough to ensure their travel risk strategies are fit for the 21st century realities of business travel and fulfil their legal duty of care, according to Airmic which today published a guide for risk professionals on travel risk management.

12th June 2017

Market practice has a long way to go before insurers, brokers and their customers take full advantage of the Insurance Act, ten months after it became law, according to a new report issued by Airmic. There are inconsistencies, uncertainties and potential shortcomings in the way the market and organisations have responded to the new regime, it says. 

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