How do board members identify and maintain oversight of the organisation’s supply chain whilst maintaining oversight of the immediate challenges faced by the organisation and ensuring it is developing a longer-term strategy to build resilience?
This Risk Management Guide was originally developed by a team drawn from major risk management organisations in the UK, including Airmic and ALARM. It has since been revised and updated in line with current thinking.
The pandemic, climate change and now events in Ukraine have forced organisations to rethink how they keep up with the speed of new risks emerging, the profile of known risks changing and how risk management practices need to adapt.
Choosing an insurance broker is an important decision in the purchase of insurance. This guide is designed to offer advice on the process of running a tender for services and negotiating a contract with a broker.
This guide sets out the purpose of commercial general insurance and how organisations can use insurance to support their objectives. It summarises some of the fundamental principles on which insurance is based and explains the relationship between good risk management and good insurance practice.
As the stormy present of risks opens up towards a brighter future, insurers should embrace technology across the customer journey if they are to have any hope securing the trust and loyalty of tomorrow’s Airmic members.
This paper presents the key points of Airmic’s submission in the context of the House of Lords Risk Assessment and Risk Planning Committee inquiry and subsequent report titled Preparing for Extreme Risks: Building a Resilient Society, which was published in December 2021.
This guide outlines the evolution of the management of employee benefit risks and highlights the opportunity for companies to manage such risks to bring additional financial and other value to their organisations.