Risk continues to become more complex. Risks have become so interconnected that ‘local events’ can have global impact. The potential for risk contagion or systemic risk is increased – companies are no longer facing individual risks but a combination of such risks resulting in changes in individual risk profiles. And new types of risks are appearing which relate to information technology and digitization such as cyber security risks. Companies and regulators are responding to this changing risk landscape.
Companies are recognizing that they have to be more resilient and minimize disruption while continuing to enhance the ways in which they identify, assess and take risks in order to survive and thrive over the short, medium and long term.
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