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Falling oil prices and rising geopolitical tensions heighten risk in several countries

19 December 2014

Marsh’s 2015 Political Risk Map reveals risk scores for 170 countries based on political risk, macroeconomic risk, and operational risks

To improve risk transfer, all parties in the risk chain need to collaborate – AIG’s Jacqueline McNamee

19 December 2014

The insurer’s UK managing director calls for greater teamwork between customers, brokers, (re)insurers to address today’s complex risks

How the London insurance market stayed relevant in 2014

18 December 2014

Faced with growing competition from other international hubs, Lloyd’s focused on innovation and reform this year to reduce prices and remain competitive

EU widens tax rulings investigation

17 December 2014

Commission wants to identify if competition is distorted through selective tax advantages

Risky business: why sparks must fly to innovate

17 December 2014

Greg Orme, author of The Spark, explains why failure, chaos and the courage to take creative leaps are far more rewarding than playing safe

Kering's Anne-Marie Fournier on managing supply chain risks of 23 brands

17 December 2014

The risk and insurance manager explains how she grapples with the risks and challenges facing the global luxury, sports and lifestyle company

Editor's opinion: ‘migrant labour might be commonplace, but it remains nonetheless controversial’

17 December 2014

Mike Jones on how different immigration policies around the world are adversely affecting key economies

Generation Y risk managers “require a broader skill set than their predecessors”

16 December 2014

Young risk managers must adapt to the pressures of a complex risk landscape to ensure the discipline remains relevant in today’s business world

More News

Kering's Anne-Marie Fournier on managing supply chain risks of 23 brands

17 December 2014

The risk and insurance manager explains how she grapples with the risks and challenges facing the global luxury, sports and lifestyle company

What is the best way to protect business reputation?

10 December 2014

Hill Dickinson partner Magnus Boyd explains why companies should care about negative or inaccurate stories about them and why protecting data is so essential

How can risk managers promote compliance programmes?

10 November 2014

Seth Berman, Stroz Friedberg’s executive managing director and UK head, on the value of compliance programmes

StrategicRISK Europe edition − December 2014Subscription

11 December 2014

December’s edition of StrategicRISK examines the increasing complexity of supply chain risk management; the need for businesses to monitor the shifting political risk landscape in Europe; and why renewable energy is attracting corporate investment. K&L Gates offers advice on Ebola-related insurance claims; and Kering risk and insurance manager Anne-Marie Fournier explains the challenges of looking after 23 different brands.

StrategicRISK Europe edition – November 2014

20 November 2014

November’s edition of StrategicRISK explores ‘Black Swan’ events and whether risk managers can prepare for improbable, unforeseeable, game-changing events. Cass Business School reviews the biggest corporate blunders of all time and advises how to avoid them; and Paolo Rubini of Telecom Italia talks about how his company plans to manage the risks of the next technological revolution

Sponsored white papers

FM Global Reason magazine Issue 3: 2014

Chinese factory leads in safety

News Analysis: Vote of confidence?

What does the “no” vote mean for businesses in - or trading with - the UK?

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.

How can businesses protect their confidential information?

9 December 2014

A company’s trade secrets are one of its key assets and global organisations need to keep it secure and limit their exposure to legal risks, as DLA Piper explains

DPAs: A new weapon against corporate crime

8 December 2014

Deferred prosecution agreements have just been introduced in the UK. How do they work and how will other jurisdictions view them?

3-D printing: will new technology still end up in old-fashioned liability?

5 December 2014 By Andrew Stevenson, partner at Elborne Mitchell

Supply chains may never be the same again, but new problems are bound to arise

Financial services should beware of cartel practices

27 November 2014 By Catriona Munro partner in the EU competition and regulatory team at Maclay Murray & Spens LLP

As regulatory reforms gather momentum in the EU, financial services face increased competition compliance risks

Does your insurance cover you for Ebola-related claims?

20 November 2014 By Jane Harte-Lovelace partner and Sarah Emerson senior associate at K&L Gates LLP

With the disease spreading further and further, corporate policyholders would be wise to assess their insurance coverage

Risk management in financial institutions: report

When it comes to risk, the effects of the 2007-08 crisis are still being felt today. So, where do financial institutions go from here? The report examines the top five risks facing the sector and cuts through the complexity of Basel III and other regulations.

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.

New head of AGCS Asia names countries of strategic interestSubscription

10 November 2014

Mark Mitchell tells SR that the plan is to “move more experts closer to clients”

What the Allied World/RSA Asia deal means for insurance M&A

23 October 2014

An increase in insurance M&A is expected in Asia, as Western providers seek rapid expansion

The biggest corporate blunders of recent years – and how to prevent them in the futureSubscription

23 October 2014 By André Spicer, Cass Business School

From Tesco’s ill-fated expansion into the US, to Nokia’s and Blackberry’s failures to move into the smartphone market, André Spicer, of Cass Business School, explains how executives can guard against five common business errors



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

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