RMS’s V18 incorporates new capabilities for both the cyclone and earthquake models, including vulnerability functions for Industrial Facilities and Builders Risk, Marine Cargo and Specie risks.
The underlying theme of this newsletter is ’integrated risk management and an integrated approach to the sharing of practices’.
In complex, interconnected construction projects, delays can grow exponentially but the right mitigation strategies are out there if you know where to look.
Digital transformation is changing every aspect of the business landscape at an exponential pace, bringing the full force of innovation and disruption to all sectors and markets says Allied World’s senior vice president, Hong Kong country manager & head of general casualty, Asia Pacific, Jotu Shohtoku.
The updated model, developed by Dr Valentina Koschatzky with input from Risk Frontiers’ Chief Geoscientist, Dr Paul Somerville, incorporates the latest data from Geoscience Australia’s recent revision of the Australian Earthquake Catalogue, which has more than halved the rate of earthquakes exceeding 4.5 in magnitude.
Victoria Tan’s advocacy of risk management emanates from an unshakeable belief that risk management is a fundamental aspect of effective corporate governance and pivotal to a company’s sustainability.
Seasoned risk and internal audit leader Chris Corless discusses the road block most risk managers have come up against—the resistant risk owner.
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.
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?
Inga Beale defied tradition as the first female chief executive when she joined Lloyd’s in January 2014.
Loss of attraction and non-damage business interruption protections are increasingly in demand from insurers, while companies are dusting off response policies and evacuation procedures against evolving terror threats.