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    Three easy steps to ensure an optimal outcome for enterprise risk management


    You have been asked to meet a deadline to accomplish a given goal for enterprise risk management in your organisation. What is the first thing you do? Carol Williams, enterprise risk management consultant and founder of ERM Insights

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    16 essential questions to ask for effective scenario planning


    Scenario planning can help executives better understand the impacts of new goals and objectives set out in the organisation’s strategic plans. Here’s how you can optimise your scenario planning, writes Carol Williams, enterprise risk management consultant and founder of ERM Insights

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    Managing major infrastructure risk


    Major infrastructure projects present considerable opportunities to developers and investors, but transparency and corruption continue to threaten

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    Will cyber policies cover huge GDPR fines facing British Airways and Marriott International?


    The penalties come two days after British Airways was fined £183m by the Information Commissioner’s Officer for a separate data privacy breach 

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    Everything you need to know about the G20 summit


    In this must-read piece from Andy Gilholm, principal and director of Analysis at Control Risks considers the outlook beyond the G20 talks and considers some specific escalation risks including China’s planned “unreliable entities list”.

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    Risk-manage your EBITDA with transparency


    Most executive decisions are made with the company’s EBITDA in mind. So, aligning your key risk indicators to your EBITDA will ensure that the risk department stands out. But achieving this isn’t always easy. Adrian Clements, international enterprise risk manager, has this advice

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    Risk culture – creating clarity from chaos


    Corporate toxicity, disruptive innovation and competition – can all be managed with strong risk culture set from the top down, writes Horst Simon of The Risk Culture Builder

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    Culture and trust in a complex and disruptive world


    Disconnected risk culture (DRC), says Alan Hilburg, president, Hilburg Associates, is the single greatest threat to organisations over the next five years. Why? Failing to culturally connect multi-generational and multi-cultural workforces has created a global crisis of distrust within organisations - and historic levels of risk.

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    Brexit consequences for Lufthansa Group


    Martin Gary, managing director and risk manager for the airline’s in-house broking company talks about how he is preparing for a hard Brexit

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    Will insurers ever be able to address reputation risks?


    Reputation risk tops the table of greatest risk in CNA Hardy’s recent survey. But it is still difficult to insure. If insurers want to play their part in #ChangingInsurance, they will need to develop risk manager relationships beyond binary transactions and immerse themselves in their clients’ company