EU Health and Consumer Policy Commissioner, John Dalli, has placed product safety top of his agenda in a series of high-level meetings and talks in China this week.
European insurance buyers are comfortable with current pricing levels but do have concerns over the market hardening, the impact of Solvency II and the identification of and response from the insurance industry to emerging risks, according to FERMA’s European Risk Management Benchmarking Survey 2010.
Chinese companies that expand into Europe face an entirely different regulatory and business environment that means they must pay closer attention to risk management and insurance programmes, according to broker Marsh.
The Institute of Risk Management (IRM) has welcomed the sharper focus on the ‘proper management of risk’ included in the revised U.K. Corporate Governance Code, which was published on May 28.
[DUBAI]—Europe could be self-sufficient on power from natural gas, and escape Russia’s supply-stranglehold, if energy companies in Europe follow the lead from the United States and invest in a new gas extraction technology called hydraulic fracturing.