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Airmic regularly carries out research, and publishes the results in the form of reports, guides and benchmarking documents.

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Transforming insurance for tomorrow’s risks - Encouraging collaboration between customer, broker and insurer to move risk forward
Date:
3rd June 2019

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Understanding external threats to an organisation - An analysis of the interconnected nature of geopolitical risks and how they can be managed.
Date:
2nd June 2019

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The value of boardroom engagement. Aligning the organisation’s risk profile with governance and liability awareness among directors and officers.
Date:
1st June 2019

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Assessing risk, realising opportunity and taking reward. Examining the techniques available to risk and security professionals.
Date:
31st May 2019

Airmic, Marsh
New world. New solutions. A guide for Airmic members
Date:
30th May 2019

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A practical guide for independent Non-Executive Directors on captive boards
Date:
29th May 2019

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Reshaping risk and resilience for the future
Date:
28th May 2019

BLM
Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (MSA) requires that any commercial organisation operating in the UK with a global turnover of £36 million or more must publish a slavery and human trafficking statement each financial year, setting out steps taken to ensure that there is no human slavery or human trafficking in its business or supply chain.
Date:
11th October 2018

Airmic, EY
With just under six months to go until the UK leaves the EU a lot of attention has been paid to how the insurance industry is responding to Brexit and the disruption it will cause. There has been much less information about Captives - yet the implications for them are far-reaching. Simon Burtwell, Jenny Coletta, Ben Reid, and Martin Powell of EY provide an overview of the key challenges.
Date:
20th September 2018

Airmic, Herbert Smith Freehills
As the date for the United Kingdom’s (UK) exit from the European Union (EU) gets ever closer, a variety of so-called ‘Continuity Clauses’ have emerged in the market. This guide explains the reasons for these clauses and what they aim to do. Airmic members are encouraged to discuss the implications of Brexit for their insurance programme with their broker. To help those discussions, this guide aims to explain those Brexit issues of particular relevance to policyholders.
Date:
20th September 2018