The past 24 months have been turbulent for the construction industry. On 14 July, the 24-storey, Grenfell Tower, broke out in flames, causing millions of pounds of damage and widespread social unrest. Seven months later, the construction industry would experience another disaster: Carillion, the second largest in the UK, plunged ...
Risk management is at a turning point, pivoting from an operational to a strategic role. Corporate culture – the way risk is treated and the way we treat those involved in loss events – is critical to that change.
Industry 4.0 heralds the biggest change to production processes in more than 200 years. It offers unprecedented opportunities but companies must balance these against a complex downside
StrategicRISK’s latest survey shows that only 42% of risk managers consider people risks as a top 5 risk for their business. What are the biggest people risks companies face and how can these be managed effectively?
StrategicRISK’s latest Brexit report looks at what challenges lie ahead for the UK, Europe and businesses now that the UK has decided to leave the European Union
Brexit has the potential to have serious implications for D&O and trade credit risks and risk managers are urged to take a more proactive approach in managing them
StrategicRISK’s latest survey shows 82% of risk managers use an RMIS. What are the systems’ standout strengths and weaknesses, and what does the future hold?
Recognising that cyber crime is changing and set to increase in frequency and sophistication will ultimately help companies deal with this threat
Environmental risk involves a wider range of issues than are often expected – organisations need to be clear on what the main risks are and what their insurance policy covers
The industry has made a start but there’s still a great deal left to do
StrategicRISK organised a half-day event in April to assess the key risks of Brexit
Risk managers and insurers are getting better at quantifying and evaluating earthquake risk
For Europe’s risk professionals, the 10 most likely threats include four related to economic factors – but technology and geopolitics are big concerns too
Businesses should pay attention to politically unstable environments and maintain situational awareness
StrategicRISK & Global Reinsurance, in association with ACE, review the latest developments in (re)insurance and risk management across North Africa
Insurance coverage remains crucial, but so too is an increased understanding of the changing risk landscape
StrategicRISK’s latest special report explores the impact of climate change on corporate interests, such as the frequency of extreme weather events and how the insurance market is supporting businesses
To commemorate FERMA’s 40th anniversary, StrategicRISK charts the rise of the association with a special report that includes interviews with its current president and former leaders and an analysis of its certification project
Cyber risk lays a company’s reputation on the line, so directors need to ensure they are dealing with it effectively
International businesses can no longer afford to ignore environmental issues and need to make sure they keep track of constantly shifting rules and regulations and review their exposure to the risk
Increasing numbers of companies are investing in business travel, but there are risks as well as benefits, with each destination carrying its own issues
The trade credit insurance market has had to rebuild its reputation in the aftermath of the banking crisis, so credit insurers are focusing their attention on product innovation
Risk engineering consultants can give management a clear idea of where the risks to their operations lie on a global scale and how to deal with them
Fraud against private enterprises is draining billions from UK businesses, and increasingly it is thecompanies’ own management that are responsible