Striking the right balance

By Helen Yates

As economies restart after the COVID-crisis, there is an opportunity to embed sustainability into the recovery, argues Zurich’s John Scott

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Building effective business continuity plans

Risk managers are best placed to develop and implement BCPs, argues FM Global’s Stuart Selden


Idle vessels face new risks, Allianz warns

Increasing disruption and economic pressures caused by the pandemic has serious risk management implications for the maritime community

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South Asia at highest risk of civil unrest

Food insecurity a key driver amid economic and social fallout from COVID-19

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COVID-19: The global risk response - IRM

”Why don’t our risk management frameworks [enable] immediate actions rather than leaving the actions for the decision makers?” - Sonjai Kumar

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Refinitiv survey exposes lack of supply chain transparency

COVID-19 is set to have a substantial impact on the risk landscape, particularly in terms of supply chain and third-party risk

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Business continuity: The missing link

Many organisations scrambled to develop and implement their pandemic response when COVID-19 surfaced; here are a few things that may have been overlooked

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FM Global launches 2020 update to Resilience Index

No Asian country ranked inside the top 30 for their ‘natural hazard risk quality’ and a number of Asian countries fell in 2020 in regards to ‘inherent cyber risk’

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WEF launches COVID-19 Risks Outlook

Economic distress and social discontent will rise unless world leaders, businesses and policymakers work together to manage pandemic fallout


Lloyd’s pegs COVID losses at $4.3 billion

Estimates total industry losses of $203 billion; claims on a par with 9/11 and the combined impact of hurricanes in 2005 and 2017