William Song

MSIG appoints new Asia CRO


Based in Singapore, William Song is now CRO of MSIG Holdings Asia responsible for risk management across the region including ASEAN, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand.


Loss in brand equity, data theft, and lack of technological innovation, named top three digital transformation risks


During a live poll at StrategicRISK’s Knowledge Singapore event, risk managers mapped out the effectiveness of controls in managing digital transformation risk.


Become a solider of risk


The military is good in a crisis, or so accepted wisdom has it. So, if your business is facing a critical period, Oliver Wyman partner David Gillespie asks who better to take lessons from than those who have been on the real front line?

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StrategicRISK Asia-Pacific (Issue 21)


Turns out cognitive bias is making a nonsense of our decision-making skills – and that extends to who we hire for key roles in business says Lauren Gow in the latest edition of StrategicRISK


StrategicRISK Asia Pacific (Australia Edition): In a drought of common sense


In the midst of another devastating drought, Australia is bearing the brutal reality of climate change. For our farming industry to survive, we need to act smarter and sooner.

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StrategicRISK Asia-Pacific (Issue 20): I believe the children are our future


Our industry is facing a talent shortage. StrategicRISK editor Lauren Gow says don’t panic – the kindergartens are training a whole new generation of risk managers. But in the meantime, we need to find ways to deepen the pool.

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StrategicRISK Asia-Pacific edition (Issue 19)


In the latest edition of StrategicRISK we explore global regulation updates and what they mean for risk managers, delve into the brand new world of neobanking and explore whether it is time to rip up your risk appetite document



And now for something completely different


Unlike conventional risk analysis techniques, scenario planning challenges risk managers to develop flexible frameworks and look beyond the usual evidence base. But is it catching on?


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Latest risk management jobs


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The Journal - second edition launch


StrategicRISK and Swiss Re Corporate Solutions launch the second edition of The Journal examining business interruption


StrategicRISK The Journal: Product recall


The first edition of The Journal examines product recall risk.



King of the road


Transurban’s troubleshooting guru Karl Davey exudes an air of calm and flexibility that helps him navigate all of risk’s diversions. With him at the helm, we’re all a little safer.

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Bright young star


Risk managers all love a nice long risk document, right? Not so StarHub’s Nigel Tay. Meet the man bringing on-the-ground collaboration, agile process and even fun to corporate risk management. Trust us, you’ll like him.

Special reports


Sector View: Food and beverages


As the Australian food and industry thrives, the heat is on to manage its risks. We look to the lab where solutions are being developed to better handle contamination and consider a more holistic approach to coverage that goes far beyond simple product recall insurance.


Business disruption


Times are changing fast and that means new risks on top of old risks. So how do you stay one step ahead when market disrupters are bowling through every industry?


Special Report: Construction and technology


The rise of interconnected, automated technology is shaking the foundations of traditional construction, and of renewables production. But what impact will the likes of AI, 3D printing and battery storage have on the future of risk management?


Special report: Business transformation


Times are changing fast and that means new risks on top of old risks. So how do you stay one step ahead when market disrupters are bowling through every industry?