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Covid, Cyber, Compliance and ESG 

Top risk concerns for financial services sector

Financial institutions and their directors have to navigate a rapidly changing world, marked by new and emerging risks driven by cyber exposures based on the sector’s reliance on technology, a…

Editorial team RiskNET
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Financial stability in the Corona crisis

Actual solvency of banks concealed   

Easing the burden on banks in the Corona crisis so that the economy remains liquid is the declared goal that the European Central Bank (ECB), as the central supervisor in the Single Supervisory…

Editorial team RiskNET
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Risk map 2021

Covid-19 trio tops global business risks

A trio of Covid-19 related risks heads up the 10th Allianz Risk Barometer 2021, reflecting potential disruption and loss scenarios companies are facing in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.…

Editorial team RiskNET
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Failure Mode and Effects Analysis

FMEA for planning police operations?

In front of the hip hop stage of the open air festival „Rheinkultur“ the atmosphere was aggressive. Various incidents, especially physical clashes between rival youths, had already occurred. When…

Stefan Kahl
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Failure mode and effects analysis

The P-Diagram, a supporting tool, or the complete confusion?

The P-Diagram is frequently used when asking questions about supporting tools during the use of quality tools. In addition to the confusion about the abbreviation "P", it is often named the…

Ralf Kleideiter [FMEAplus Academy]
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IDW PS 340: Audit of the early risk detection…

From a quantitative change of course to a view of opportunities

"If the ship is on the wrong course, it is not enough to change the captain – you have to change the course." The scenario described by the Czech writer Pavel Kosorin is a reflection for many…

Editorial team RiskNET

Artificial intelligence

How to Train an AI to Predict Risk

When it comes to predictions, artificial intelligence techniques are much more powerful than simple statistical approaches such as extrapolating simple trends. However, these methods initially only…

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FIRM yearbook 2020

From machine learning to risk culture

The digital revolution is advancing. Technological developments are rapid and are changing the way we get information and communicate. In the age of digitalisation, it's only right that the ninth…

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]
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Machine learning and risk analytics

Predicting risks more effectively

Artificial intelligence (AI) and increasingly complex algorithms currently influence our livesand our civilization more than ever. AI creates huge opportunities for businesses globally across all…

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]
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Emerging risks

Better risk navigation through early risk identification

What direction is mobility developing in? What cyber risks are lying in wait for companies? Are radical trends contributing to increasing division in society? What risks are caused by increasing…

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]
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Central banking and financial stability in the age…

The green swan

Climate change poses new challenges to central banks, regulators and supervisors. A new book, published by the BIS (Bank for International Settlements), reviews ways of addressing these new risks…

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]
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Evolution of the biodiversity loss risk

Nature Risks on the Rise

Although the world's 7.6 billion people represent only 0.01% of all living things by weight, humanity has already caused the loss of 83% of all wild mammals and half of all plants. The current…

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]
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Annual Risk Report

Top 10 Supply Chain Risks for 2019

Supply chain risk management company Resilience360 has released its first annual Risk Report, which outlines the Top 10 Supply Chain Risks for 2019 – a summary of threats that deserve particular…

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

Probabilistic models give us knowledge

The Demystification of Quantification

Both the past and the present are full of examples of risk blindness, risk ignorance and downright stupidity. "The Reactor Safety Study" (WASH-1400) from the year 1975 delivers a prime example of the…

Frank Romeike [RiskNET]
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Natural Catastrophe Preparedness

Master the Disaster

When natural disaster catches a company under-prepared, the chief financial officer is increasingly on the hot seat to break the bad financial news to shareholders and investors.

That according…

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]
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Natural disasters and man-made catastrophes

Global insured losses from disaster events in 2017 were the highest ever

Total global economic losses from natural and man-made disasters in 2017 were USD 337 billion, almost double the losses in 2016 and the second highest on record, the latest sigma study from the…

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]
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Defective product risk

Product recall risks growing in size and number

Samsung recalled 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 phones after users reported flames and explosions caused by overheating batteries (estimated cost: $5bn+). Automaker, Toyota issued a recall on over…

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]
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Influence of 'risk talk'

RiskTalk: can a better conversation help fend off disaster?

We often respond to blunders such as the explosion on BP's Deepwater Horizon, the collapse of Lehman Brothers, and the Volkswagen emissions scandal by asking: What were they thinking? But before…

Anette Mikes
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Country risk

Global sector risks in precarious balance

At the end of 2016, global sector trends remained mixed, including in the regions that until now have been relatively spared by the increase in risks. Over the whole year, across 12 sectors…

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]
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RiskMap 2017

A Year of Acute Uncertainty

The central theme of the RiskMap 2017 is the challenge to globalisation and free trade and how businesses can adapt and thrive in these changing times. Donald Trump’s triumph in the United States…

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

"Nightmare-Assessment" and "Reverse Thinking" in practice

What scenarios cause you sleepless nights?

Since time immemorial we have been dealing with uncertainty and risks. Power, money and fame were driving forces even in ancient times, led to wars and divided peoples. The whims of nature struck…

Frank Romeike [RiskNET]
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