Special report: Intangible risks

While corporations, boardrooms and risk managers worry about the things we see in front of us, like buildings, fires, faulty products, or HR issues, very little consideration is given to less obvious risks. In our latest special report, sponsored by AIG, we explore the risk management implications of intangible risks.

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Howden: Better risk transfer solutions needed

COVID-19 has brought the growing ‘intangibility’ of risk into focus, a trend that will accelerate

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Willis Towers Watson to leverage AI for emerging risk solutions

Airmic welcomes broker’s partnership with analytics firm Polecat, which ”signals a new generation of innovative risk management solutions”

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Singapore underwriters tackle intangible risks

Marsh has seen a 30% increase in the take up of cyber insurance across Asia annually

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Fighting cancel culture

Before you can manage and mitigate risks to you brand and reputation, you first need to be able to measure it

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Parima: Risk managers will have a stronger voice post COVID

In an interview with Parima, David Jacob, CEO of Marsh Asia, said the spotlight would remain on risk managers moving into 2021

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Reputational crises put directors at risk

ESG pledges, unmet, will leave stakeholders disappointed and pose the greatest enterprise risks of all, warns Nir Kossovsky and Denise Williamee

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Cyber protection gap widening

Flattening market trend is “at odds” with a heightened threat environment - Guy Carpenter

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Australian insurers adapt to intangibles

Items like data, content, software code, brands, confidential information, inventions, industrial know-how, and design rights are integral to corporates