The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation is considered the most important legislation regarding personal data protection, globally. This whitepaper touches upon some of the more far-reaching challenges that GDPR poses for insurers before highlighting the opportunities presented.
This paper responds to EU discussions relating to emerging technologies and consequential liability insurance needs.
Brexit… It’s still at the forefront of everyone’s mind. What will the implications be for conveyancing and insurance businesses? There are a lot of unanswered questions and uncertainty. This article studies the impact of the result of the UK’s Referendum.
This three page briefing provides a brief summary of what the EU referendum result means for CII members.
On 23 June, the British public will vote on whether the UK should remain in the European Union. With business sentiment still divided, this StrategicRISK News Analysis explores the quantifiable risks attached to either outcome.
Insurers and governments are having to adapt to a world in which natural catastrophes are increasing in frequency and severity. In this article, David Worsfold studies why it’s time for a new approach to nat cat.
In the Global Risks 2015 report, geopolitical risks accounted for three of the top five most likely risks. This article studies how companies can manage geopolitical exposures by leveraging business interruption modeling, supplier risk assessments and business continuity planning.
Given the potential for driverless vehicle technology to improve road safety, organisations are investing heavily in new technologies. This infographic illustrates the costs arising from road traffic accidents and the latest developments in driverless vehicle technology.
Since the global financial crisis, tougher legal and regulatory environments have meant directors face greater scrutiny of their actions. This article studies why directors need to be fully aware of their duties/obligations and highlights the value of D&O cover.
In January, Eurozone prices were down by 0.6% on the previous year. Deflation is at its worst since 2009. What are the risks of prolonged deflation? What is the likely effect of the European Central Bank’s quantitative easing programme? And what should be the response of corporate risk managers?