As David Arick begins his new role as RIMS president, StrategicRISK caught up with him to find out about his top priorities for his tenure and how he thinks the profession can evolve to meet the challenges of the future.
When catastrophic weather devastates businesses, insurance alone can’t – or won’t – be enough. Know your exposures and devise mitigation plans now, before it’s too late.
A new barometer identifies the biggest threats to organisations wordwide as cyber, business interruption, and nat cats. Here are the report’s top tips for managing the risks
Businesses must brace for higher shipping costs and a bottleneck of supplies as a consequence of the red sea attacks. Here’s what risk managers need to know
- Case Studies
Relying on links across 150 countries to produce a very specific, high-quality product, Swedish engineering firm Sandvik’s supply chain is more high risk than most. Sara Benwell reports on how the company set out to uncover exactly how it would respond to disruption.
- Special Reports
The war for talent rages on as we continue to grapple with the post-COVID work landscape and fall out from the Great Resignation. At our roundtable, four risk experts shared how they attract and retain the best talent and future-proof against people-related threats.
Sustainability requirements are constantly growing. A green transition demands the enterprise-wide purview of the risk manager to understand not only the risks but the opportunities along the path to net zero. Sara Benwell reports.
Dirk Wegener is stepping down as president of FERMA. After more than two decades in risk management, he has seen it all. Here he reflects on the world-changing events that altered the way we think about resilience forever.
Only 23% of boards are classified as highly resilient, according to research from EY. Here’s how they can step up and help manage the risks that threaten the organisations they serve
Bill Bradshaw, operations manager at FM Global talks to StrategicRISK about how the insurer is trying to move the needle on climate risk.
Risk managers are turning alternative risk transfer due to dissatisfaction with insurers and brokers
Risk and insurance managers in the UK and Germany say there has been a fundamental shift in pricing and the scope and availability of cover, and have revealed widespread dissatisfaction with the handling of the changing conditions by insurers and brokers.
Risk managers working in the renewables sector must face up to the ever growing risks presented by geopolitics, climate change and cyber interruption.
Ahead of his speech at the Amrae conference, Strategic Risk spoke to Hervé Houdard, managing director at Siaci Saint-Honore to find out how the insurance market is transforming to deal with rising protectionism and persistently low interest rates and – critically – what the changes mean for risk managers
Typhaine Beauperin, chief executive of Ferma talks to Strategic Risk about the greatest risks facing risk managers and how AI could be the most important tool for meeting them head on
A combination of the rise of protectionism, persistently low interest rates and complex risks is forcing insurers to change their business models. Ahead of his speech at Amrae 2020, Strategic Risk caught up with Ludovic Subran, chief economist at Allianz SE, to find out what the implications are for risk ...
Risk management is changing, which means that those who work in the profession need to change too. Strategic Risk caught up with Anders Esbjörnsson, Group Risk Manager, Construction company NCC to find out why he thinks communication is critical and how an MBA helped transform his approach to risk
Today several risk workshops are taking place throughout the day. We spoke to the moderators of the panels to find out what will be covered and some of the key takeaways for risk managers.