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A guide to measuring acute physical risk
Airmic, AIR Worldwide
This guide describes how catastrophe models are being built to account for climate change that has already occurred and are being adapted to quantify the future impact of climate change under a range of scenarios. A special discussion of supply chain risk is also provided for firms outside of insurance.
Date:
11th November 2021

Airmic, ACCA, Crawford, Lockton, University of Oxford Saïd Business School
The fourth in Airmic’s Roads to series, this thought leadership research aims to help organisations understand the concept of corporate purpose, to develop it within their own business context, and to determine the implications for risk and insurance professionals.
Date:
21st October 2021

Airmic, ACCA, Crawford, Lockton, University of Oxford Saïd Business School
A summary of the full Roads to Repurposing report, which aims to help companies understand the concept of corporate purpose, to develop it within their own business context, and to determine the implications for risk and insurance professionals.
Date:
20th October 2021

Airmic, Control Risks, KPMG, Marsh, QBE, Sedgwick
The 2021 Airmic annual survey report provides contemporary insight into our current world, the concerns and priorities of our members, and an indication of where Airmic resources and energy should be directed. The survey findings underlines the importance of the connectivity of risks and the need for risk professionals to speak up in order to achieve the attention of top management.
Date:
19th October 2021

Airmic, KPMG
Global challenges such as climate change call for ambitious initiatives. More dialogue is needed between insurers, brokers, insurance buyers and risk professionals to ensure that initiatives in the insurance industry have the right intended consequences on the global economy, so that significant progress can be made towards net zero.
Date:
18th October 2021

Airmic, Marsh
The reality is that "if you’re not going to assess your ESG risk, someone else will." We anticipate that ESG will in time become part of the regular risk management and reporting of all organisations – some more swiftly than others. Now is the time for you to bring your ERM expertise into the ESG strategy conversations.
Date:
15th October 2021

Airmic, Control Risks
Just a few years ago, cyber attacks used to be ground-breaking events for companies and organisations. As the scale and frequency of cyber attacks continue to intensify, cyber attacks are now very much an everyday occurrence for organisations across industries.
Date:
14th October 2021

Airmic, QBE
Organisations were disincentivised from investing more in pandemic preparedness, because pandemics are a low-frequency, high impact risk. At the same time, there is increasing unpredictability around the world. Organisations therefore need to be more agile and adaptable. Risk professionals have an integral role to play.
Date:
13th October 2021

Airmic, Sedgwick
Mental health risks from remote working emerged as the fourth greatest issue of concern to risk professionals in the Airmic survey this year. Meanwhile, the issue of employee health and wellbeing has risen dramatically to become the fifth highest front-of-mind risk for the organisations of our respondents.
Date:
12th October 2021

Airmic
Mental health risks from remote working emerged as the fourth greatest issue of concern to risk professionals in the Airmic survey this year. Meanwhile, the issue of employee health and wellbeing has risen dramatically to become the fifth highest front-of-mind risk for the organisations of our respondents.
Date:
11th October 2021