Sunday, 11 December 2016
French regulators announce measures designed to woo British businesses looking for European base
Insurers and brokers are squaring up over demands for higher commissions
Companies need to consider how they can ensure better corporate governance within their business, as regulatory action against bribery and corruption is on the increase globally
The insurer’s new offering will be available from 1 January 2017
Potential loss to the world’s economic output estimated at $1.17bn in 2017
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
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
Unforeseen crises forced Grant Katz, the retailer’s risk and assurance general manager, to postpone his interview four times in a fortnight. The stress left him feeling exhausted. So why does he like his job so much?
StrategicRISK’s latest survey shows 82% of risk managers use an RMIS. What are the systems’ standout strengths and weaknesses, and what does the future hold?
StrategicRISK’s latest Brexit report looks at what challenges lie ahead for the UK, Europe and businesses now that the UK has decided to leave the European Union
Willis towers Watson Networks boss Sara Fardon on how brokers can stay competitive