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  • Analysis

    Governance: It could be you...

    2011-04-11T09:17:00Z

    The Bribery Act, coming into force in July, widens the definition of bribery and holds directors responsible for failing to prevent it – even when it takes place abroad. Don’t get caught out

  • Analysis

    Bribery Act guidance here

    2011-03-31T17:14:00Z

    Government publishes guidance on adequate procedures, hospitality, facilitation payments and enforcement

  • Analysis

    News feature: Trade wars

    2011-03-31T00:00:00Z

    Protectionism is nothing new, but some in the business community believe the playing field of international trade is becoming more rather than less uneven

  • Analysis

    Revenge of the cybermen

    2011-03-03T00:00:00Z

    As reaction to the WikiLeaks affair shows, online users expect websites to protect their privacy at all costs. And with ‘payback’ technologies increasingly available if they don’t, companies will need to decide which side they’re on

  • Analysis

    Expect Mideast expropriation, expert says

    2011-02-23T11:29:00Z

    Harm to assets is also likely as a result of fighting between loyalists and pro-coup militants

  • Dubai at night
    Analysis

    Middle East: Key judgements

    2011-02-18T12:36:00Z

    Exclusive Analysis explains how it thinks the political risk situation will evolve in North Africa and the Middle East as well as the impact for business

  • Analysis

    Solar storms could hit Olympics

    2011-02-17T00:00:00Z

    We’re all well aware of the dangers of sunburn, but when the sun reachest its fiercest within the next couple of years, it’ll take a lot more than sunscreen to protect the earth’s population

  • Analysis

    Flying high

    2011-02-17T00:00:00Z

    During 13 years in risk management, Frédéric Desitter has gone from being perceived as a ‘messenger of doom’ to being an indispensable part of Aéroports de Paris’ operations

  • Analysis

    The human side of the risk equation

    2011-02-17T00:00:00Z

    Why taking a social scientific approach to risk management can help you see into the future more effectively

  • Analysis

    The rules are not there to be broken

    2011-02-17T00:00:00Z

    Stress tests are all well and good, but only if European companies and regulators treat them as more than box-ticking exercises

  • Analysis

    How not to behave

    2011-02-17T00:00:00Z

    Huge global companies have been used to having it their own way, often at great cost to local communities and the environment. What are the issues that should be on every multinational’s risk management agenda?

  • Analysis

    Risk linkages

    2011-02-15T16:01:00Z

    La Niña leaves human and economic toll in its wake, pushing global commodity prices up, says Maplecroft's Helen Hodge

  • Pensions Insight: 9/11 attack
    Analysis

    Things only get worse

    2011-02-10T00:00:00Z

    As 2011 dawns, there is no diminution of the terrorism risk. The number of toxic spots on the globe which act as havens for the training camps and as fertile recruiting grounds for the bombers grows no smaller

  • Analysis

    Risk management post crisis

    2011-02-10T00:00:00Z

    Two years into the hard bite of the financial crisis, European companies and regulators are still scratching their heads over the tooth marks, and how to cleanse risk management factors which triggered the downward spiral

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    Risk strategies with more bite

    2011-02-10T00:00:00Z

    In the wake of the financial crisis, regulators are paying more attention to how businesses quantify the risk they undertake. What approaches are being taken across the profession?

  • Analysis

    Headspace: Alex Hindson

    2011-02-10T00:00:00Z

    Amlin’s Alex Hindson guides us through his life, loves, hopes and fears, by way of 18th century logistical planning and the joys of looking for effluent leaks in France

  • United Nations building New York
    Analysis

    Not so united nations

    2011-02-09T12:20:00Z

    Eurasia Group coined the term G-zero to define the breakdown in global governance. In an increasingly divided world the ability to ‘avoid the mistakes of the past’ will shrink

  • Analysis

    Egypt’s risk profile & forecast

    2011-02-08T18:13:00Z

    The social unrest in Egypt is having a big impact on business via economic or physical disruption and reputation risks. Here's one analysts' outlook

  • Engaged Investor
    Analysis

    Diasporas transmit risks and opportunities

    2011-01-29T00:00:00Z

    As populations shift they can bring benefits to their hosts or put more pressure on these communities

  • Analysis

    Bribery - the UK law tightens

    2011-01-29T00:00:00Z

    Even matters such as corporate hospitality need to be scrutinised to avoid penalty