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What do we mean when we talk about ‘emerging risks’?

What do we mean when we talk about ‘emerging risks’?

Under the Financial Reporting Council’s new UK Corporate Governance Code, which came into effect in January of this year, organisations are now required to complete a ‘robust assessment of the company’s emerging and principle risks, and an explanation of how these are being managed and mitigated.’ The new code reflects an understanding that modern corporatesRead more

Realizing Greater Competitive Advantages from Risk Management in a Corporation: Marrying the Upside and Downsides of Risk

Realizing Greater Competitive Advantages from Risk Management in a Corporation: Marrying the Upside and Downsides of Risk

This post was originally written as part of the Institute for Risk Management’s Risk Agenda 2025 – a project investigating the future of risk and risk management in 2025. Dr Tuveson’s post is also available to be read here.  It is a truth universally acknowledged that a corporation in possession of a good fortune isRead more

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