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A new survey conducted by StrategicRisk Asia-Pacific and leading risk consultant Gareth Byatt reveals risk managers in Asia are happy with the level of coverage and integration in their business, and believe their organisation actively considers risk in decision-making.
Changing competitive landscape, targeted cyber attacks and failure of critical infrastructure also rated highly both in terms of financial impact and likelihood to occur.
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More than 150 risk professionals attended two high-level enterprise risk management (ERM) events held in Malaysia and Singapore, providing a rare opportunity to directly compare the attitudes towards this important topic.
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