As the Institute of Risk Management (IRM) celebrates its 25th birthday it seems a good time to consider the journey that it and its members have undertaken since the 1980’s, and take a glimpse into what the future may hold for the Institute and risk management profession
UK insurance buyers, brokers and carriers will be pleased to see that the government has clarified new rules on corporate hospitality among other key elements of its final version of the guidance on anti-bribery policies and procedures.
A recently passed US food safety law will increase the frequency and severity of recalls of food products in the country as well as place more onerous obligations on industry, according to Marsh.
Experts on the Institute of Risk Management’s Forum Question Time Panel ‘Leading the Risk Profession’ have said that the risk management profession is suffering from an identity crisis, a view shared by the vast majority of attendees at the session.
Multinational companies that rely on Japanese manufacturers for parts and services need to prepare for a global supply chain disruption that could last up to several months—and, therefore, should conduct a multi-tier analysis to identify the risk, according to international brokers.
Experts at the Institute of Risk Management’s (IRM) 2011 Global Risk Management Professional Development Forum have warned that the latest generation of cyber security threats are more sophisticated and potentially more harmful than ever before.
The credit crunch has brought the role of corporate risk manager to the fore and those working in the industry must continue to capitalise on this attention and to champion the importance of the risk management function to corporate success, Alex Hindson, the recently appointed Institute of Risk Management’s chairman told Commercial Risk Europe.
The Institute of Risk Management (IRM) held its Professional Development Forum in Liverpool, England this week and it was a big success.
Due to NASA’s attempts to deal with the risks that go hand in hand with landing on far flung asteroids and Mars, shooting up space debris and the commercialisation of the space programme, its risk management processes represent a shining beacon for the risk industry.
The natural catastrophes in Japan have impacted upon German industry, with a number of German companies forced to reduce operations because Japanese companies cannot deliver components in time.