LATEST ISSUE / WINTER 2022

In the thick of it:

Clive Martin, the first-ever head of the government risk profession, is building a more co-ordinated approach to tackling the country’s biggest threats

Time for action: businesses get to grips with climate
change | Setting the scene for success: scenario planning explained | Money revolutions: adopting crypto and digital assets | Continual improvement: IRM's revamped International Certificate in Risk Management

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Compliance fines bite financial services firms

Compliance fines and regulatory lapses continued to bite financial services firms hard in 2022.   The Financial Conduct Authority …

Cost-of-living crisis tops global risk report

The cost-of-living crisis has topped the World Economic Forum’s 2023 report – up from second place in 2023. It was cited as the number…

Risk Agenda 2025

Have you taken the IRM Risk Agenda 2025 Survey yet? Take the survey here. The risk landscape and expectations on risk departments have …

Businesses are out of step on biodiversity

Businesses are out of step on biodiversity as the world sets landmark targets to address the issue. Nations agreed to protect a third of the …

The metaverse fails to impress

The metaverse promises to herald a new age of virtual connectivity, yet Brits remain unimpressed, according to a global survey. While 37 …

Remote working helps engage staff

Remote working helps engage staff in their tasks as a new study on meeting shows, according to the Harvard Business Review. Managers have …

EU strengthens regulation targeting deforestation

The European Union has agreed to strengthen regulation targeting products that contribute to deforestation. New regulation aims to set …

Pessimism dominates Europe’s boardrooms

Pessimism dominates Europe’s boardrooms as the energy crisis and rampant inflation continue to weigh down business confidence. Over a third (34 …