In this episode, both teams visit Fuller’s in London with the challenge of tapping into the best risk management practices on offer at the brewery. They then have to pull together a presentation and craft a pitch to persuade the Axa experts that the brewery is a client worth having.
Political instability is likely to be a prominent feature in the global risk landscape for the foreseeable future. This article provides advice to multinational organisations on how to build resilience when operating in politically fragile countries.
FM Global study reveals how resilient (or not) CFOs were to the operational risks that harmed their businesses in the last five years.
The British manufacturing sector is currently riding high, but it is not the unquestioned global powerhouse it once was, nor is it short of challenges. This whitepaper sheds light on the key challenges facing the sector including skills gaps, business interruption risks, HSE legislation and Brexit.
In this report, Gallagher examines the results of interviews with CROs, risk managers, finance directors and board level executives at over 100 large companies in the UK to assess their level of preparedness to anticipate, prevent, respond and recover from an increasingly dynamic threat environment.
This whitepaper provides an overview of the General Data Protection Regulation, indicating why it was needed, when it comes into force, what it entails for the impacted companies and how such companies can go about defining and implementing their compliance strategy.
In this article, Greg Chambers, senior underwriter at XL Catlin outlines the potential impact of cyberattacks on manufacturers. The article highlights steps companies can take to reduce the likelihood of a breach and the importance of having appropriate insurance coverage in place.
Brokers are invaluable when it comes to helping landlords find the right insurance cover for their property investments, but it’s essential that they understand all of the upcoming regulations that landlords face. Download this guide to find out how you can ensure your clients have suitable cover.
Using drones may seem either a little futuristic, something for hobbyists, or an extreme way to get a selfie, but the fact is that they have already become a part of how we deal with claims. This article discusses drones and the part they are already playing in the claims process.
Fine art and collectibles require a specialist insurance approach. Tania Bensoussan-Arthur, underwriting manager, specialty for France, and Mathilde Duthoit-Michelet, underwriter for fine art and specie in Paris, discuss the risks museums and collectors face and how this coverage works.