Project risk management: Risks of international project insurance from a German perspectiveComment

Project risk management

Risks of international project insurance from a German perspective

Roland Gerds

The growing globalization with more than 200 countries worldwide and the steadily increasing participation of small and medium-sized enterprises requires that laws, guidelines and jurisdictions…

Safer financial system: More capital = end of financial crisesNews

Safer financial system

More capital = end of financial crises

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

The financial system now is safer than it was before the financial crisis in 2008 and that is almost entirely a result of better-capitalized banks, argued John Cochrane, Senior Fellow of Hoover…

A Positive Assessment for Reforms of Financial Market RegulationStudy

Interdisciplinary study

A Positive Assessment for Reforms of Financial Market Regulation

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

The regulatory measures following the financial crisis have made credit institutions and the German banking sector, in general, more stable. This is a result of a study by the LOEWE Centre SAFE…

Annual Risk Report: Top 10 Supply Chain Risks for 2019Study

Annual Risk Report

Top 10 Supply Chain Risks for 2019

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

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…

Increasing professionalisation of cyber criminalsInterview

Cyber crime, cyber war and cyber terrorism

Increasing professionalisation of cyber criminals

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

Cyber attacks are increasing and becoming more sophisticated, costing companies billions. The range of risks is huge, covering everything from cyber crime to cyber war to cyber terrorism and…

Artificial intelligence: The biggest risk is reducing people to figuresInterview

Artificial intelligence

The biggest risk is reducing people to figures

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

Artificial intelligence, or AI, is the subject of constant discussion by politicians, business people and academics. In their different disciplines, the latter studies AI, the future of human…

Master the Disaster: Why CFOs Must Initiate Natural Catastrophe Preparedness in 2019 and BeyondNews

Natural Catastrophe Preparedness

Master the Disaster

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

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…

Global Insolvency Outlook 2019: Closed monitoring of the political and policy-related risksStudy

Global Insolvency Outlook 2019

Closed monitoring of the political and policy-related risks

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

In 2018, global insolvencies confirmed their upward trend which started in 2017 after seven consecutive years of sizable declines. Indeed, the Global Insolvency Index of Euler Hermes which…

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…

Emotionality and risk: Interview with Prof. Bernd Weber, Head of the Centre for Economics and Neuroscience at the University of Bonn.Interview

Economics and Neuroscience

Emotionality and risk

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]

Almost every business decision is based on weighing up opportunities and risks. However, our brains tend to organise sensory impressions and information as simply and clearly as possible. We try…