Articles tagged "Risk Management"

APRA Insights on Risk Culture

Sean McGing reports on the March 7 Insights Session which saw Fahmi Hosain, Head of Governance, Culture & Remuneration at APRA cover issues across banking, insurance and superannuation.

Climate Risk Management for Financial Institutions

The authors of 'Climate Risk Management for Financial Institutions' - a paper presented at the General Insurance Seminar in November 2016 - discuss how financial institutions can play a critical role in managing the potential financial risks posed by climate change.

2016 ERM Seminar Review

On Tuesday 20 September the Actuaries Institute, with support from the Risk Management Practice Committee, held the eighth Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Seminar. The conference was held the Forum at the Actuaries Institute’s Sydney offices and included 15 impressive speakers and strong media coverage. Brett Riley reports.

Master trainer in 'Deception Detection' to address ERM2016

Organisational psychologist and master trainer in Deception Detection Skills, Alan Hudson, will present strategies for better enterprise risk management (ERM), alongside a host of decorated speakers at the ERM Seminar in Sydney in 20 September.

Equity Risk Premium Survey 2015

Anthony Asher and David Carruthers help manage expectations with the 2015 Equity Risk Premium Survey. Find out what the results mean for you.

Risk Culture Measurement

Sean McGing and Andrew Brown share their research and ideas on risk culture in banking and life insurance practices.

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Are you comfortable with your risk management framework?

Mike Thornton challenges businesses to consider what their risk management framework is trying to achieve, and how it could be missing the mark.

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What costs more: a windstorm or a market crash?

Niki Appleton reviews 'GDP@Risk', the new Lloyds City Risk Index 2015-2025 measuring world economic output at risk from manmade and natural threats.

Catastrophe modelling in a post Katrina world

The reinsurance industry used catastrophe risk models long before Hurricane Katrina, but Katrina challenged the standards of these models. ANZIIF's Edward Vukovic reports.

Ethical traps threaten business reputation

The risk of ‘group think’ in organisations and strict regulation at the expense of individual empowerment were discussed at a recent Actuaries Institute event

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