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Friday, 29 August 2014

"Don't disregard the Black Swans"

Johann de Waal
DHL Global Business Service

Emerging multinationals move into riskier territory

28 August 2014

As more established markets become too saturated, companies in Asia and Latin America look to venture into emerging economiesPart of a multinational risks series supported by

MENA: the risks and opportunities of operating across dangerous borders

28 August 2014

The terrorist attack on the Algerian In Amenas gas plant served as a reminder to multinationals investing in North Africa that the region is still not safePart of a multinational risks series supported by

Catastrophe-related economic losses at half-year low

28 August 2014

Swiss Re’s preliminary Sigma report for 2014 estimates a significant drop in catastrophe-related losses in the first half of the year

Terror attack – a lesson to all multinationals operating in unstable MENA

28 August 2014

An attack on the Tigantourine gas plant in Algeria led many companies, including oil and energy firm Statoil, to review their risk management proceduresPart of a multinational risks series supported by

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: AWAC chief on RSA Hong Kong and Singapore purchase

26 August 2014

Scott Carmilani tells StrategicRISK that $215 million RSA purchase will provide Allied World with more underwriting staff who understand APAC

EXCLUSIVE: PARIMA to discuss global compliance database with Airmic and FERMA

26 August 2014

Project highlights the importance of collaboration between the world’s risk-management organisations, says head of Asian association

Hill Dickinson launches fraud fighting travel database

26 August 2014

First platform for sharing travel claims data

More News

Five minutes with: data and privacy legal expert Eduardo Ustaran

28 July 2014

Hogan Lovells partner and head of European privacy and informaiton practice on data protection, regulation and privacy impact assessments

Five minutes with: Malaysia Airports' Muhammad Faisha Shahriman

10 July 2014

Award winnning Malaysia Airports Holdings risk manager on the importance of pulling in the same direction to achieve collective goals

Five minutes with: Daimler Insurance Service’s managing director Dr Ingo Telschow

3 July 2014

Telschow on how a failure to innovate is a top business risk

Guides

Guide to: Multinational risks

Doing business, wherever in the world that might be, is becoming increasingly complex. We explore some of the key risks faced by businesses and risk managers in a number of regions around the world.

Anne Charon: how I made it to the top of Zurich, France

27 August 2014

Charon looks back at her career, explaining why she will never leave financial services and how she overcame prejudice in the sector

"I sense a new energy among leaders in risk," – Willis' Ailsa King

21 August 2014

Willis managing director of risk solutions on the challenges she faced in her career and how attitudes at the top are changing

"Both genders have key strengths"

21 August 2014

Sabrina Hartusch, Triumph International’s global head of insurance, finance and administration, unlike many in the industry, says that her decision to build a career in risk and insurance was deliberate

Inga Beale: “Being more diverse is good for business”

14 August 2014 By Lloyd's chief executive Inga Beale

Lloyd’s first-ever female chief executive tells her story of reaching the top and why diversity is important for the industry

Women in Risk: plugging the gender gap

14 August 2014 By FERMA president Julia Graham

In the first of a series of Women in Risk articles, FERMA president Julia Graham is on a drive to improve gender diversity in the risk and insurance profession. Here, she explains how and why

Sponsored white papers

FM Global Reason magazine Issue 2: 2014

Hershey's strategy unwrapped

News Analysis: Beware of El Niño

Protecting complex supply chains

News Analysis June 2014: State of the union

European Parliament elections threw up some interesting debate

Risk management in the construction industry: report

The worldwide financial crisis affected construction particularly hard. Now all the signs are that the industry in Europe is recovering. StrategicRISK, in association with Zurich, are pleased to present this report into the key risks facing the industry.

Emerging multinationals move into riskier territory

28 August 2014

As more established markets become too saturated, companies in Asia and Latin America look to venture into emerging economiesPart of a multinational risks series supported by

MENA: the risks and opportunities of operating across dangerous borders

28 August 2014

The terrorist attack on the Algerian In Amenas gas plant served as a reminder to multinationals investing in North Africa that the region is still not safePart of a multinational risks series supported by

Terror attack – a lesson to all multinationals operating in unstable MENA

28 August 2014

An attack on the Tigantourine gas plant in Algeria led many companies, including oil and energy firm Statoil, to review their risk management proceduresPart of a multinational risks series supported by


Editor's opinion: events of the past six months threatens to redefine how we perceive risk

14 August 2014

“The speed of recent events – from the disappearance of MH370 to emergence of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria has made it harder to join the dots and assess the impact”

Asia editor's opinion: Malaysia Airlines must rebuild from the ground up

14 August 2014

Asia editor Sean Mooney on the reputational challenge facing Malaysia Airlines and wider political implications of the MH17 crisis

Opinion: “We are only moments away from the next major cyber hacking story”

4 August 2014

The finance sector is no less vulnerable to attacks than consumer markets says Colin Lobley, director at risk consultancy firm, Manigent.

‘Captives are beginning to take off in Asia’

15 April 2014

Paul Owens, who was named head of the newly formed Willis global captive management business at the start of 2014, explains why an increasing number of companies are looking to Asia to establish new domiciles


StrategicRISK Europe edition - June 2014

15 June 2014

This month’s edition looks at protecting non-physical assets against ongoing digital revolution, trends affecting captive growth worldwide, and the potential threat of Russia in the midst of the crisis in Ukraine

StrategicRISK Europe edition May 2014

30 May 2014

Find out about the key lessons learnt from the disappearance of flight MH370, how key global elections will effect corporates and the hostile risk landscape for retailers

Guide to: Multinational risks

Doing business, wherever in the world that might be, is becoming increasingly complex. We explore some of the key risks faced by businesses and risk managers in a number of regions around the world.

Guide to: Global risks for mid-sized companies

Expanding into foreign markets need not be daunting if companies are well prepared

Guide to: Claims

Almost everyone hopes they will never need to use their insurance but if it becomes necessary, understanding how to navigate a path through the claims process is crucial

Country Reports

Country Report: Italy

Companies that survive and even thrive through a prolonged downturn are those that know how to innovate to accumulate

Country report: UK

Risk managers would have a competitive advantage if they were to bring the concepts of ERM and business continuity together

Strategic Risk - Meet the Team