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Political risk in 2024: The year of elections
Airmic
A concurrence of electoral cycles across so many countries provides a steady drumbeat of potential flashpoints throughout 2024, holding the attention of risk and insurance professionals. Includes results of the 2024 Airmic Big Question surveys.
Date:
4th June 2024

Moving to pole Position: The future of claims (Pulse survey report)
Airmic, Liberty Speciality Markets
Claims handling has traditionally been considered a back-office function – but the claims experience is increasingly a key criteria used by Airmic members when deciding which insurer to place their cover with.
Date:
4th June 2024

Artificial intelligence: Tomorrow’s risks are today’s risks
Airmic, McGill and Partners
AI has been flagged as an emerging risk for some time – boards are discussing AI risk frameworks and risk assessments. Boards need to be confident and informed about the outcomes of AI decisions that can affect the lives of people.
Date:
4th June 2024

Horizon Scanning: A Practical Guide
Airmic, Barnett Waddingham
Organisational horizon scanning and foresight activities are never about predicting the future; they are simply tools to explore the future, inform us about our options and provide direction for our preparedness and strategic thinking.
Date:
4th June 2024

Airmic, Artex
The past four years have seen a revitalisation of captive utilisation. Captives are en vogue again but it has not always been the case this century.
Date:
4th June 2024

Airmic, Marsh
Risk-taking is fundamental to the success of any organisation. Leaders must decide the extent to which risk needs to be sought, accepted, addressed or avoided. Their approach will determine how risks are managed across their organisation.
Date:
4th June 2024

Airmic, WTW
Artificial intelligence (AI) can help equip risk professionals to bring greater value to their organisations as strategic enablers. As fears of ethical and other risks around AI grow, it will reinforce the need for human decision making and oversight.
Date:
19th June 2023

Airmic, KPMG
Airmic members are well positioned to bring synergy between insurers – large corporations which are making some of the most consequential climate commitments in the world today – and the businesses and organisations they are helping to navigate the climate transition.
Date:
19th June 2023

Airmic, ORIC International, Barnett Waddingham
The objective of this guide is to provide a practical framework for risk, resilience and insurance professionals (risk professionals) to help them take a leading role in undertaking scenario analysis within their organisation.
Date:
19th June 2023

Airmic, McGill & Partners
Mergers and acquisitions present boards with a myriad of threats and opportunities. This Guide provides a toolkit to assist directors in understanding and keeping pace with this fast-changing and increasingly complex landscape.
Date:
19th June 2023