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2015 Global Risk Management Survey

“Our 2015 Global Risk Management survey, compiled from responses from over 1,400 risk management professionals in 60 countries, shows companies grappling with new risks but differing on how they rank and how best to address them. Threats to companies’ reputations and cyber risk rank high among business leaders’ top risk concerns, while economic and regulatory risks along with increased competition […]

El clima está cambiando

Es momento de actuar El cambio climático avanza a una velocidad e intensidad más alta de lo previsto. A partir de 1990 se han registrado los 10 años con temperaturas más altas. Esto está provocando el aumento progresivo de la temperatura, la aparición de fenómenos meteorológicos extremos e imprevisibles y la radicalización del clima en ciertas zonas. Nuestro objetivo es […]

Volume loss from Antarctic ice shelves is accelerating

Source: Science “The floating ice shelves surrounding the Antarctic Ice Sheet restrain the grounded ice-sheet flow. Thinning of an ice shelf reduces this effect, leading to an increase in ice discharge to the ocean. Using eighteen years of continuous satellite radar altimeter observations we have computed decadal-scale changes in ice-shelf thickness around the Antarctic continent. Overall, average ice-shelf volume change accelerated […]

Aon’s Political Risk Map 2015

A guide to measure risks in emerging markets. Emerging markets continue to be attractive for businesses seeking alternative areas for growth. However, in less mature economies, assets, contracts and loans can be adversely affected by government action or inaction. In today’s economic and geopolitical environment, it is crucial for organisations to have a comprehensive high level overview of their exposure to […]

Environmental Risk Management

By Harvard Business Review This report has been written derived from the responses of the HBR survey on this issue, this in cooperation with Zurich, FERMA and PRIMO. Notice that on the 26th of June a webinar will be held. Increasing attention to environmental risk Overwhelmingly, our survey responses tell us that European organizations—companies, largely, but also a sprinkling of […]

Expectations of Risk Management Outpacing Capabilities

It’s Time For Action By KPMG About the survey In December 2012, the Economist Intelligence Unit carried out a global survey on behalf of KPMG international. This survey gathered data from 1,092 respondents around the world in a closed-ended online questionnaire. All were C-level executives: 28 percent were Chief executive officers or equivalent and 18 percent were Chief Financial officers, […]

Global Risk Management Survey 2013

Aon’s 2013 Global Risk Management Survey report is part of this process, capturing the latest risk trends and priorities facing companies around the world. The report unveiled the top 10 risks now and three years in the future. Conducted in Q4 2012, the web-based survey gathered input from 1,415 respondents — a 47 percent increase in respondents from the 2011 […]

Global Risk Report 2013

The Global Risks Report 2013 analyses 50 global risks in terms of impact, likelihood and interconnections, based on a survey of over 1000 experts from industry, government and academia. This year’s findings show that the world is more at risk as persistent economic weakness saps our ability to tackle environmental challenges. The report highlights wealth gaps (severe income disparity) followed by unsustainable government […]

FERMA Benchmarking Survey 2012

Keys to Understanding the Diversity of Risk Management in a Riskier World Source: FERMA . This 6th Edition of the FERMA Risk Management Benchmarking Survey fits the first strategic objective of FERMA to coordinate, promote and support the development and application of Risk Management in Europe by organising surveys and benchmarks to identify and share current practices. The key findings:

Aftershock: Adjusting to the New World of Risk Management

By Deloitte. Following the latest global economic crisis, organizations of all types are still operating in a volatile, highly changeable risk environment. In a spring 2012 survey of 192 U.S. executives, Deloitte and Forbes Insights found that many are still working hard to make sense of this environment. In fact, a stunning 91% plan to reorganize and reprioritize their approaches […]

Risk management at the top level in Europe

Source: FERMA Risk management is now on the agenda for top management, the board and shareholders, which clearly support and sponsor the function. This finding comes from what is probably the most representative ever survey of opinion on risk and insurance management in Europe, the 2010 risk management benchmarking survey of the Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA). The […]

Result Global CEO Survey: Smarter Growth

13th Annual Global CEO Survey: Setting a smarter course for growth Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers In the 13th Annual Global CEO Survey we hear how businesses leaders responded to the challenges brought about by the recession, the concerns they are facing today and, reflecting on often difficult ‘lessons learned’, their strategies for positioning their companies for the long-term. The effects of the […]

The top 10 risks for business in 2010

In today’s business environment, conditions remain challenging for many, and risk retains its position high on every organization’s agenda. Source: Ernst & Young In today’s post-downturn economy, a variety of business risks have emerged — and some have become more prominent. From the threat of increased regulation to emerging markets to social responsibility and more, our survey of leading industry […]

Public Perceptions of Climate Change as a Human Health Risk

Surveys of the United States, Canada and Malta Source: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health “We used data from nationally representative surveys conducted in the United States, Canada and Malta between 2008 and 2009 to answer three questions: Does the public believe that climate change poses human health risks, and if so, are they seen as current or […]

Companies: More growth than fear

Source: McKinsey&Company Economic Conditions Snapshot, June 2010: McKinsey Global Survey results “Although economic confidence is clearly shaken, more executives remain positive than negative overall, which likely explains why most expect their companies to continue growing. Although fully ten percentage points fewer now expect consumer demand to grow this year than did so in April—down to half—the same share as in […]

Concerns, Risks Confronting Boards

Directorship and Eisner LLP present the results to the inaugural survey, which explores financial and reputational risk and how boards gain insight on new topics of interest to their companies. Source: Directorship ‘With heightened awareness of the need for corporate governance, American boardrooms are immersed in increasingly intense discussions about the issues of risk and compliance. With these new concerns, […]

Insights on IT risk: Top privacy issues for 2010

Source: Ernst & Young, partner of PRIMO Europe Information serves as an integral part of most business processes. Organizations cannot survive without information and the supporting systems, third parties and manual activities that collect, derive, process, store and make available the information. Organizations rely on information and, therefore, are at risk when the information is degraded. In addition, information often […]

Seizing the day

The impact of the global financial crisis on cities and local public services The ‘Great Recession’ has had a dramatic impact on the financial services sector and other areas of the private sector and highlighted the importance of the role of government at international and national levels in addressing global and systemic risks. But what has been the impact of […]

OECD Studies in Risk Management

Innovation in country Risk Management In the end of 2009, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) conducted a research about Risk Management in multiple OECD countries. The Futures Project on Risk Management Policies aims to assist OECD countries in identifying the challenges of managing risks in the 21st century, and contributing to their reflection on how to best […]

The Financial Crisis, an opportunity for balancing risks in Infrastructure Projects and Public Private Partnerships?

Partnership risk is seen as one of the main risks by Public Entities in the Risk Survey that Marsh and PRIMO Europe conducted in the third quarter of 2009. The survey shows that 59% of participants rate partnership risk significant – a similar amount as for public liability and business continuity risks.   All over Europe, unsuccessful projects have increased by […]

Public Sector Research Report

The downturn in the global economy raises important questions about how organisations conduct their business – and particularly about how they assess and manage risk. In March 2009 Marsh has conducted a survey in cooperation with Ipsos Mori to find out how organisations have responded to the downturn in the Economy. The survey examined attitudes to riskmanagement in the current […]

Recession Watch, by IRM

“The Institute of Risk Management (IRM) has established a forum to collect and collate risk management related ideas and trends that are emerging from the recession. It includes information on how the recession is impacting both risk management systems and the role of risk managers: Recession Watch. The recession has an impact on everyone: the personal effects of recession can […]