The Institute of Risk Management (IRM) announced the winners of its Global Risk Awards at a glittering ceremony this evening at the Park Lane Hilton, London.
The new laws are good news for commercial insurance buyers, says Julia Graham, although some clarity is needed ON the detail
As banks have introduced tougher lending requirements in the wake of the financial crisis, other lenders have emerged to take their place. Francesca Nyman reports
The New Year will herald the beginning of the Solvency II regime for insurers across Europe. Hans Joachim Büsselberg asks whether it will deliver on its objectives
The UK Insurance Act 2015 brings major changes to all business placed in UK markets, including to the level of information insurers must provide to policyholders, says Bruce Hepburn
The internet of things promises to unite the automated devices of the world in a huge, integrated network. But, asks Arthur Piper, who will control these virtual workers?
Having effective communications and data systems that are ready for business disruption is crucial to supply chain recovery, says Kurt Cavano
In an increasingly interconnected world, supply chain risk is both a growing problem and difficult to assess accurately. Fresh thinking is needed, including the ability to work with competitors to dig deep into the layers of complexity that make up the modern supply chain, says Clare Morgan