Tuesday, 25 October 2016

It's too easy to be distracted by prevailing risks

David Hill, head of risk management, AET


‘Insurance industry will adapt to Brexit’Subscription

19 October 2016 12:03

Richard Pryce, CEO QBE European Operations, considers some of the implications of Brexit for insurers and clients

AIG sells local operations for $240mSubscription

19 October 2016 11:31

Deal with Fairfax Financial Holdings designed to ‘focus and streamline AIG’s global insurance operations’

Case study: 1996 Manchester bombSubscription

18 October 2016 15:50

The bomb went off right outside Royal Insurance’s regional office building

‘Hong Kong is a very important step’ in Swiss Re’s evolutionSubscription

17 October 2016 17:02

Swiss Re Corporate Solutions APAC boss discusses the group’s new licence

Reliance on passporting rights ‘exaggerated’ says think tankSubscription

17 October 2016 16:55

Open Europe outlines that there is no real single market for insurers


Guide to: cyber risks

29 August 2016

Cyber crime used to be a rarity, with physical break-ins par for the course, but the new breed of highly sophisticated criminal makes the swiping of data tapes seem quaint. In this guide, we look at the evolving cyber risk landscape

Guide to: people risks

29 August 2016

People are the biggest single asset of any business and need to be managed with care. They are the lifeblood of companies and represent both the past and, most importantly, the future. In this StrategcRISK Guide to People Risk, we look at some of the main issues around human capital and consider mitigation and risk transfer strategies

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30 September 2016

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Understanding the human side of riskSubscription

5 October 2016

With a 300-page analysis produced as part of her PhD thesis, Ferma board member Cristina Martínez aims to inject a positive risk culture into Spain’s slow-to-adapt corporate sector

The Knowledge

Surviving a cyber attackSubscription

11 October 2016

Cyber-related issues are the biggest potential threat to businesses and represent the most lethal challenge to resilience

Asia news

Kidnap and ransom is a growing risk

Executive detentions on the rise in ChinaSubscription

24 October 2016 By Jessica Reid

Control Risks says cases are linked to restructures and workforce cuts


The future of risk and insurance

16 August 2016

This report highlights the nature of the change confronting the risk and insurance sector. Read on to find out more about the key points and trends outlined below


Reliance on passporting rights ‘exaggerated’ says think tankSubscription

17 October 2016

Open Europe outlines that there is no real single market for insurers

A working plan for BrexitSubscription

10 October 2016

The terms of the UK’s departure from the EU have yet to be agreed, but that should not stop risk professionals developing a Brexit business continuity strategy for their business

Latest BREXIT updates


Poor planning is a bigger risk than Brexit

6 September 2016

The biggest post-Brexit risk is failing to plan for the future, says Rita Trehan, former CHRO at Honeywell and AES Corporation



As another CEO departs, what Zurich needs right now is consistencySubscription

4 July 2016 By Saxon East, Editor, Insurance Times

Following a string of management changes and 8,000 redundancies, where does the insurer go from here, our sister publication Insurance Times asks

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