Category Archives: Claim & Risk Control

Changing risk culture and the dynamic CRO

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Establishing a consistent and enterprise-wide risk management framework, supported by a strong risk culture, aids business resilience. It can also help organizations identify and take advantage of the right strategic opportunities and ultimately gain competitive advantage. Continue reading →

Retail: Is there opportunity in uncertainty?

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As a retailer, your view of the sector likely depends on several variables. How you’re embracing the continued growth of online shopping and automation across the value chain, how you’re adapting to rising operating costs while sharing in your consumers’ … Continue reading →

New risks in leisure and hospitality

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Asking the right questions about your policies and practices is essential to prepare you for virtually any possibility. And having the right risk management in place to mitigate against changing risks can help you face an uncertain future with greater certainty. Continue reading →

Three issues powering aviation security to the top of the agenda

It is imperative that government and industry build strong partnerships and governments around the world work together to mitigate the terrorist threat to aviation. Continue reading →

Stockpiling for Brexit? Make sure your credit insurance covers you

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Many businesses involved in the supply chain for vital goods are stockpiling in preparation for any possible disruption after Brexit. While this makes sense in terms of ensuring continuity of supply, businesses must also be aware of the accompanying risks. Continue reading →

A helicopter view of airport risk

Airports are tempting targets for terrorists. The combination of high population densities, commercial aircraft from all over the globe and a symbol of national prestige require special risk controls. Continue reading →

From catastrophe to data: The findings of Flood Club

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The re/insurance market is ready to embrace academic findings and new technology for risk management. It is clear that there is a surge of interest in climate risk in the financial sector and in catastrophe modeling. Continue reading →

Claims against directors for failure to insure against cyber risk are more likely now

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You would have thought it would be a good idea to have a complete answer to a data breach claim. Not so.That was the surprising (to some) outcome of a recent Court of Appeal decision claim in a case involving … Continue reading →

Unrest and uncertainty: Understanding the consequences of Brexit for businesses

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One of the primary consequences of Brexit could be the continuing ability of law enforcement to share information and coordinate their activities. Continue reading →

Risk heat maps: Moving from fear to danger to strategy

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In some situations, final frequency and severity scores may reflect the fears of the group, which can be unduly influenced by risks that are easier to imagine and/or that are currently topical. But what is needed to effectively guide organizations’ risk management activities is an assessment of underlying danger — rather than irrational fear. Continue reading →