Thursday, 24 August 2017


Economic losses from disasters plunge in 2017Subscription

22 August 2017 11:46

Losses down to just US$44 billion in the first half of 2017, with US$23 billion worth covered by insurance

Majority of EU countries see rise in modern slavery riskSubscription

17 August 2017 11:56

Research finds modern slavery risks have increased in 20 member states

Change fatigue top concern among risk leaders Subscription

16 August 2017 16:54

New study finds change fatigue is the top concern for the second consecutive quarter

UK firms ‘severely unprepared’ for cyber attacksSubscription

14 August 2017 15:26

Broker study finds misconceptions about length and severity of disruption from cyber attacks

Zurich UK GI loss widens after fresh Ogden hitSubscription

10 August 2017 12:21

Zurich UK GI unit makes large loss in first half after Ogden and large claims

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Latest briefing: interconnected risk

23 August 2017

In today’s complex world, one risk leads to another. So how should businesses deal with these knock-on effects?

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

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StrategicRISK Europe Q3 now liveSubscription

23 August 2017

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Farewell but not goodbyeSubscription

9 June 2017

Outgoing Airmic CEO John Hurrell looks back on his decade at the helm of the organisation and tells StrategicRISK about his plans for the future

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Susie Jones

Keeping up with Susie Jones

21 August 2017 By Sean Mooney

Reflecting her approach to work, Australia Post’s head of cyber security business won a RIMS award for challenging traditional risk assessments


ABI warns against a no-deal BrexitSubscription

27 June 2017

Huw Evans director general of the ABI warns against a no-deal Brexit at insurance conference

Industry leaders divided on Brexit readiness

13 June 2017 By Tom Flack

Majority of Airmic delegates believe the insurance industry is ill-prepared for Brexit

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Why are some risk managers being ignored by their board?Subscription

23 August 2017

Eamonn Cunningham, former chief risk officer at Scentre Group and Westfield, suggests that risk managers themselves are often to blame for a board’s indifference to them

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If you think your insurance will cover your recall, think againSubscription

23 August 2017

Why losses caused by the wrong ingredient might not be covered by either your product liability or product recall insurance