Businesses are largely still in the dark over exactly what Brexit Day will bring next March, but practical plans need to be devised and enacted now. And risk managers must be central in preparing for every eventuality, deal or no deal.
The fallout from Australia’s Banking Royal Commission could provide a “launch pad” for the country’s risk profession as companies look to improve their internal processes, according to industry analysts.
The industry’s most pressing concerns were revealed at StrategicRISK/PARIMA’s Risk Forum Malaysia where more than 100 risk managers shared their views at the September event.
A month on from the onset of the Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) legislation coming into force in Australia, Control Risks director Carla Liedtke tells StrategicRISK what risk managers need to be doing to stay on top of this legislation
The risk of enforcement for breaching new anti-slavery laws may feel remote, but businesses have become increasingly aware of the long-lasting financial and reputational damage caused by negative publicity
Cryptocurrency is the screaming toddler currently barrelling through financial markets causing mischief and misadventure where it falls. It is unpredictable, largely unregulated and there is only a short history of data for risk managers to work with. The Institute of Risk Management’s (IRM) expert on the matter, Alex Larsen, ...
As a nation with one of the highest levels of digital connectivity in the world, the Bill aims to minimise the risks of cyber threats
China’s much-anticipated Cyber Security Law (CSL) came into effect on 1 June 2017. Control Risks looks at how it will impact multinationals
A decade on from the start of the global financial crisis, a greatly altered international regulatory landscape faces global corporates