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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

Airmic
The latest survey conducted in September 2021 focused on cyber, and found an insurance market lagging behind some requirements of members. Premium rates, and the scope of cover and capacity, have disappointed.
Date:
8th October 2021

Airmic, McGill and Partners
This paper provide an insider’s guide to directors’ and officers’ liability insurance (D&O) for the end users themselves – that is, board members. It is divided into twelve questions, which we ask and answer on behalf of directors, focusing on practical issues that commonly arise.
Date:
7th October 2021

Airmic, Arthur D. Little, QBE
Risk appetite is an inherent part of human decision making, and should be considered explicitly when comparing the potential outcomes of decision alternatives. It also plays a key role in the way reasonable assurance over the adequacy of risk management is formed and communicated to the Board.
Date:
6th October 2021

Airmic, Herbert Smith Freehills
This EXPLAINED guide aims to assist risk managers in making the most of the benefits of the Insurance Act 2015, whilst ensuring their own compliance with the duties placed upon them.
Date:
5th October 2021

Airmic, Aon, Pool Re
The threat of terrorism is constantly evolving. Terrorist attacks, now regarded as a foreseeable risk, can result in human casualties, property damage, business interruption, legal liability issues and long-term damage to brands and reputations. Organisations also need to ensure corporate governance and duty of care responsibilities are integral to their crisis management strategy.
Date:
31st March 2021