Why businesses must embrace new technology and take a less reactive approach to risk management
Get yourself out there, build relationships and get a seat at the table
Standards of corporate integrity have stayed the same or worsened since COVID began
Why employers unable to meet workers’ post-COVID expectations are seeing staff head for the exit
The pandemic has made the communication lines between risk managers and their senior management very short, says Philippe Cotelle
Legislation should incentivise companies that embed risk management into their culture, says FERMA president Dirk Wegener
How instances of poor governance, bribery and corruption have increased in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic
Corporate transparency and accountability are now an expectation, finds corporate activism study
Government support programmes have kept alive unviable zombie companies, while wealth inequality has broadened
Three proven strategies business leaders can deploy to accelerate cyber transformation
Myriad failures that contributed to the 737 MAX crashes revealed “systemic shortcomings” in Boeing’s ability to manage risk - Arthur D Little
Did fintech superstardom enable the Greensill collapse and could it have been prevented?
Deloitte has warned of a potential spike in bribery and corruption across Asia Pacific in the wake of COVID-19
If we accept there is a cognitive bias in decision making, how can we as risk professionals account for this and help our senior executive make better bias-free decisions? Risk Academy’s Alex Sidorenko discusses
Seasoned risk and internal audit leader Chris Corless discusses the road block most risk managers have come up against—the resistant risk owner.
The ability of a risk manager to influence their board and CEO is a vital cog in how they help manage the risks a firm faces says Geoffrey Au, head of risk, Zurich APAC