Hard Brexit would cost the financial services sector and UK economy dear as firms lay plans to relocate thousands of jobs elsewhere in Europe
Business Risk Strategies 2017
British businesses face more risks than ever. Business Risk Strategies, a special report published in The Times, covers the business risks associated with a hard Brexit, cyber-security threats as well as crises resulting from the knock-on effect of events in a globally connected world. The report includes how exiting the European Union will affect the financial services industry, the science behind risk management and how to ensure employees are prepared for the unexpected
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If C-suite executives continue to bury their heads in the sand, new European Union legislation will force them to take the threat of cyber attack seriously
‘Boards should explore ways to bring risk evaluation into all aspects of the business and build agility into management culture’
The boardroom approach to managing risk has been transformed over the past decade
In a changing environment, only open communications, decision-making and protocols can steer organisations away from damaging events. But how do you ensure a high level of transparency across your business?
For data analytics to help improve risk and insurance processes, companies need clearly defined goals and a single claims platform, says Van Ameyde
Our world is more connected than at any time in history – and business has never been so exposed to connected risk
From the security incidents of recent days and weeks to natural disasters and medical emergencies, employee safety and security is never far from anyone’s minds
Effective risk management is often framed around keeping a company out of trouble. But faced with technological disruption, customer empowerment and low or even no barriers to entry, a company can no longer survive simply by defending itself