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How a new breed of analytics is enabling holistic risk management decision making

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The confluence of data and technology have changed the game for risk management, but most organizations have felt only partial effects. The availability and storage of data, processing power and predictive modeling techniques have increased our risk quantification abilities more … Continue reading →

Using the ERM framework to support capital management

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The strategic CRO can champion the idea that risk and capital are two sides of the same coin. Traditionally the risk and capital teams have often worked independently, but supporting one another enhances strategic, capital management and risk management decisions. Continue reading →

Finding the opportunity in enterprise risk management: What’s in a name?

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The strategic chief resource officer realizes that enterprise risk management is about breaking down the silo mentality and analyzes risk and opportunity together. Continue reading →

Start with these 4 steps to create ideal employee journeys

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Creating ideal customer journeys is difficult in practice. Start by thinking through personas, personalization, integrations and AI. Continue reading →

3 steps to start closing the gender pay gap

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In a high-stakes race for talent, a gender pay gap can leave you sidelined. Understanding this gap requires a little sleuthing, and named executive officer pay is a good place to start. Continue reading →

Evolving the benefit mindset: Optimizing and aligning the benefits experience (Part 6 in series)

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It’s important to go beyond programs alone to ensure that your employee experience is aligned with the organization's purpose and values. An optimal benefits experience delivers an employee experience that "meets them were they are" and helps them need make the best decisions for themselves and their families. Continue reading →

Political violence in 2018: A year of uncertainty

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The political violence landscape of 2018 could be best characterized as a year of frustrations and disappointments. National rivalries and disagreements, peppered with the liberal employment of sanctions and tariffs, have made the global compact appear even more unstable. And the rise in populist movements, the erosion of governance and the increasing activity of far-right extremism has probably not yet reached its peak. Continue reading →

How forward-thinking power companies are managing their geopolitical risks

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What can we learn from how the most sophisticated power companies on the planet are integrating geopolitical risk management into their strategies and operations? We’ve been researching the latest thinking from business, government and academia on managing geopolitical risks, and four key steps have emerged. But first, what are the key geopolitical drivers of risk? Continue reading →

2019: Most dangerous risks to insurers

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Six of the top 10 risks identified as most dangerous for insurers in 2019 were in the top 10 last year. The other four fell within last year’s top 18. Continue reading →

Instability in countries like Venezuela highlights need for political risk insurance

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As Venezuela’s economic and political crisis reaches a boiling point, it serves as a cautionary tale to corporations that have invested in fast growing but increasingly unstable economies. Continue reading →