Despite a government-led crackdown on bribery in China, the threat of corruption has not abated for multinational companies, according to research from the Anti-Fraud Network (AFN).
Risk managers need to go back to basics and closely evaluate risk appetite and tolerance levels when they asses their group insurance needs, according to a panel of experts at this week’s first Pan Asia Risk & Insurance Management Association (Parima) annual conference in Singapore.
Asian risk managers were provided with another major new slug of top quality international insurance capacity this week as Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance (BHSI) obtained its general licence in Singapore.
It was an honour to host the first annual Pan Asia Risk & Insurance Management Association (Parima) conference this week in Singapore and congratulations to Franck Baron, chairman of the new association, and his team for a fantastic start!
The Pan Asia Risk & Insurance Management Association (Parima) plans to deliver a compliance database to help guide members through the complexities of global programmes and ensure that they do not break the rules. Its chairman has also urged Asian risk managers to ‘step up’ their game.
Asian risk managers can look forward to another year of competitive insurance market conditions and soft rates according to experts gathered for a headline debate at the inaugural Pan Asia Risk & Insurance Management Association (Parima) conference in Singapore this week.
Risk managers need to become more involved with human resource (HR) departments to help achieve more cost-effective coverage and spread the risk management gospel throughout the organisation, according to leading risk managers on a panel at the Pan Asia Risk & Insurance Management Association (Parima) conference in Singapore this week.
The Asian risk management community will be offered education and certification that is aligned with Ferma’s planned programme as early as next year if Franck Baron, founding chairman of the Pan Asian Risk and Insurance Management Association (Parima), gets his way.
The Pan-Asia Risk & Insurance Management Association (Parima) is the youngest of the major organisations around the world that aim to develop and serve the risk management profession, but has wasted no time in setting about this task with purpose and vigour in Asia.
The Indian Government will adopt new technology to help warn citizens, tourists and business people of impending natural disasters in a bid to mitigate their impact.