Crisis Management

The Global Risks Report 2019: Growing number of complex and interconnected risksStudy

The Global Risks Report 2019

Growing number of complex and interconnected risks

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

The world's ability to foster collective action in the face of urgent major crises has reached crisis levels, with worsening international relations hindering action across a growing array of…

Political Risk Map 2018: Tensions and Turbulence AheadStudy

Tensions and Turbulence Ahead

Political Risk Map 2018

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

In 2017, the global political risk landscape was turbulent, and is likely to remain so over the next 12 months. The Political Risk Map 2018, published by Marsh and based on BMI Research findings,…

Decision making in risk management: Minimize risks with wargamingInterview

Decision making in risk management

Minimize risks with wargaming

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

Our world is in a state of upheaval – whether due to war and terrorism, the increasing number of environmental disasters or because of cyber risks and economic distortions. The risk map is…

Global Risks 2018: World Enters Critical Period of Intensified Risks in 2018Study

Global Risks 2018

World Enters Critical Period of Intensified Risks in 2018

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

The prospect of strong economic growth in 2018 presents leaders with a golden opportunity to address signs of severe weakness in many of the complex systems that underpin our world, such as…

RiskNET Summit 2017: Future risk managementPhoto Gallery

RiskNET Summit 2017

Future risk management

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

Cyber hazards, sabotage, data theft, FinTechs, separatist movements, economic and geopolitical risks. The range of risks for all industries – and particularly for the financial sector – is wide…

Defective product risk: Product recall risks growing in size and numberStudy

Defective product risk

Product recall risks growing in size and number

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

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…

Crises are the best "resilience training"Interview

Interview with Raffael Kalisch

Crises are the best "resilience training"

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

Engineers refer to a resilient system if failure of one part does not lead to complete failure of all technical systems. An ecosystem is said to be resilient if it returns to its initial…

Staying the comfort zone as a risk: More speed – less riskInterview

Staying in the comfort zone as a risk

More speed – less risk

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

Dealing with risks, making decisions, taking on leadership roles, cooperating in a team, setting objectives, showing persistence and maybe sometimes the courage to turn back – these are all…

RiskMap 2017: A Year of Acute UncertaintyStudy

RiskMap 2017

A Year of Acute Uncertainty

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

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…

Interview with Jürgen Stark: Risks are no longer priced correctlyInterview

Interview with Jürgen Stark

Risks are no longer priced correctly

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

Criticism of the ECB is in vogue – especially as the monetary perpetual motion machine in Europe has started moving increasingly quickly, and the rationale behind government bond purchases has…