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Financing the net-zero transition: A key challenge for the financial community
Achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 has become the stated goal of numerous governments and companies worldwide, but how might bankers, investors, and others in the financial community respond to the challenge?
AI risk governance: How can you inspire trust?
The opportunities for social and economic advancement through artificial intelligence (AI) seem endless. From the evolving regulatory landscape to risk mitigation challenges: Lisa Bechtold, Zurich Insurance company Ltd, shares her insights on AI governance.
How is Brexit impacting regulatory development and change?
Katherine Wolicki, Global Head Financial and Model Risk Regulatory Policy and Engagement, HSBC, joins us to talk about the changes and challenges Brexit brought on, especially in the field of regulatory development and compliance.
6 ways to manage risk and uncertainty in insurance
Uncertainty should not be an excuse for inaction because we never truly “know”, but how do we manage it?
Collaboration across borders, industries, and risk functions
Risk managers should be a voice of reason in the global risk debate, Marcus Chromik, CRO & Board Member, Commerzbank, argues.
Leadership and regulation: What does the future hold for risk managers?
We speak to risk leaders and CROs to find out more about leadership qualities of the future, the LIBOR transition, and the dangers of over-regulation.
ESG: The growing challenge and opportunity
How can organisations implement ESG with purpose and strategy while maximising the benefits it could provide?
Where do you see the greatest need for innovation?
From region to region, we asked risk managers in Asia, Europe, and Americas – and more!
Market volatility and forecasting credit risk in 2021
Long before the start of the Covid crisis, credit risk has been in Knab’s top three risks.
Risk management challenges and opportunities around the world in 2021: Regional perspectives
With 2020 and the start of 2021 being such a turbulent time for risk managers across the globe, what’s next?
3 challenges you’ll face when managing climate change risk
Forecast. Operationalise. Implement.
The dissonance of the short and the long term
We look back on what we’ve learnt from Jon Danielsson, Director, Systemic Risk Centre, London School of Economics, at RiskMinds International 2019 during his keynote presentation.
Diversity & inclusion: The importance of staying the course
With emerging social issues in the spotlight, will businesses build new bridges in diversity and inclusion?
Transition risk: How are risk managers adapting to change?
Uncertainty | Climate change | Artificial intelligence | Diversity & inclusion
Four principles that can assist risk managers to prepare for future risks
There is a great risk that disproportionate focus on Covid-19 may blind risk managers to the significant build-up of risk in other areas, none of which can be resolved with a vaccine.
What does leadership have to do with risk management?
What makes one a leader, not just a manager? Katja Rieger, Founder Xponential and Board Member at Swiss Re Insurance Linked Investment Management AG, explores.
How the E in ESG creates business value
For executives and investors alike, understanding the links between ESG and business value is essential to making sound decisions about how to allocate capital and other resources.
Cost out, value in: How risk transformation could become self-funding
The past 12 months have underlined just how volatile and uncertain the risk landscape has become. The big challenge is how to keep pace when risk management budgets are under such tight constraints. How are leading organisations achieving this?
Build your Business Case for AI in GRC
Brainstorm your initial AI use case for governance, risk and compliance (GRC) technology.
Fairness in AI and machine learning
How can financial institutions mitigate issues in AI & ML bias and maintain public trust?
Forced labour risk and banking CRO exposure: misconceptions and areas for action
Banks need to wake up to the risk of exposure to forced labour in their client base and actively assess and manage it. A failure to do so potentially leads to exposure to money laundering and criminal proceedings.