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  • Strategic Risk Amrae 2014 News
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    AMRAE Daily 2014 Day 2

    2014-02-07T09:28:00Z

    Local language daily paper from the French risk management conference

  • Amrae 2014 Le Quotidien Day 1 Cover
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    AMRAE Daily 2014 Day 1

    2014-02-07T09:15:00Z

    Local language daily paper from the French risk management conference

  • Phil Clement
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    Aon and Manchester United: The Aon United philosophy

    2014-02-07T07:00:00Z

    Aon’s relationship with Manchester United helps drive its own internal thinking and attitudes

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    AMRAE Daily 2013 Day 2

    2013-02-08T14:26:00Z

    Local language daily paper from the French risk management conference

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    AMRAE Daily 2013 Day 1

    2013-02-07T14:22:00Z

    Local language daily paper from the French risk management conference

  • AMRAE daily day two
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    Amrae Daily: Day 2

    2012-02-09T16:46:00Z

    Day two edition of StrategicRISK’s local language daily paper from the French risk management conference

  • AMRAE Dailies
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    Amrae Daily: Day 1

    2012-02-09T13:54:00Z

    Local language daily paper from the French risk management conference

  • Guide to D&O
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    A Guide to Directors' & Officers' Liability in Europe

    Despite the financial crisis, the directors’ and officers’ insurance market is stable, with plenty of insurers competing on price. But, as government austerity measures kick in, claims could increase and perhaps even force a hardening. StrategicRISK’s twenty page in-depth guide examines the latest trends in D O liability across Europe. ...

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    A guide to managing your claims

    2011-08-12T15:20:00Z

    This twenty four page guide looks at the claims issues topping the agenda today, whether that’s in connection with property, business interruption and liability claims, or guidance on three associated areas: fraud, absence management and reputational damage.

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    Choked by the chain

    2011-08-11T00:00:00Z

    The Japanese earthquake and tsunami illustrated the complex nature of global supply chains, and how businesses can be brought to a standstill by events a long way down the line. Risk managers need to know where their exposure lies

  • Captives report 2011- StrategicRISK
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    New world order

    2010-08-22T00:00:00Z

    Corporate multinational property insurance programmes can provide signifi cant cost and control benefi ts – but risk managers should be aware of the potential pitfalls

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    The first line of defence

    2010-08-22T00:00:00Z

    The effects of a blaze in a large building or facility go beyond just safety and structural damage, and can be ruinous – to the local infrastructure, economy and environment. But installing sprinkler protection could take businesses out of the line of fi re, says FM Global’s Brendan MacGrath

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    Time to clean up your cover

    2010-08-22T00:00:00Z

    While regulations bringing in the ‘polluter pays’ principle came into force in the EU some three years ago, experts fear many companies think only ‘heavy’ industries are at risk. Just relying on your public liability policy could end in fi nancial disaster

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    ‘Doing nothing is not an option’

    2010-07-27T00:00:00Z

    The UK government’s policy of ‘more for less’ is presenting some particular challenges for the public sector as pressure mounts to demonstrate value for money. But can the risk management function within these organisations do the same?

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    Name and shame

    2010-06-14T00:00:00Z

    Public sector organisations may be outsourcing various services in a bid to save money, but when things go wrong, the damage to reputation still falls squarely at their door. This is one place where the phrase ‘no such thing as bad publicity’ definitely does not apply

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    Preparing for climate change

    2010-06-14T00:00:00Z

    Climate change is a crucial issue for public sector organisations.

  • Local authorities are increasingly outsourcing even frontline services, such as social housing
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    Chain of command

    2010-06-14T00:00:00Z

    This is a time of transition for the public sector, as financial constraints mean taking a private sector-style approach to supply chain management. But more outsourcing and new partnerships lead to an increase in risk and a fresh set of challenges

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    Major incidents – it’s make or break

    2010-06-14T00:00:00Z

    A major incident is still perceived as a ‘once in a risk manager’s lifetime’ event. But as a host of issues grow in prominence, says Neil Hardie, the public sector’s response to major incident risk has never been riper for review

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    It's time to refuel

    2010-05-06T00:00:00Z

    Expansion into emerging markets should be more about growth and opportunity than cutting costs, says AXA Corporate Solutions