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  • The Risk Intelligent CIO
    Becoming a Front-Line IT Leader in a Risky World In a business world as fraught with new risks as it is entwined with new technology, chief information officers (and those they report to) are increasingly aware that IT-related problems can come at a staggering cost to an organization’s bottom line and reputation.
  • Spotting the next big trend
    In this edition, topics include emerging issues for banks and asset management companies in the next few years, identifying opportunities for business and process improvement through benchmarking in the insurance sector, and understanding the current state of risk management and how you can improve your business-wide risk management processes.
  • Global Risk Management Survey- Fifth Edition
    The survey showed an industry that is alert to this growing range of risks, but identified a number of important areas where additional investment and management attention is needed. It also highlighted some of the basic approaches firms are taking, areas where they have improved risk management capabilities, and areas where they are still struggling to get a good handle on risk issues and processes.
  • Countdown to REACH
    REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals) requires that companies in the EU making or importing more than one ton of a chemical substance per year register it in a central database.
  • The Risk Intelligence Enterprise
    Ask any business leaders selected at random to define “enterprise risk management,” and chances are each will offer a different interpretation.That’s because despite the ubiquity of the term “ERM” in the business lexicon, a standard definition remains elusive. And notwithstanding the growing awareness of the need to effectively manage risk, the range of practices falling loosely under the ERM heading is vast and growing.
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