A costly year for man-made and natural catastrophe losses, coupled with other complex risks, may result in a substantial hardening of insurance rates and terms into 2018 and beyond.
Rather than making risk an object to be feared, agile decision makers need to make risk an object to be understood and properly harnessed.
Unnecessary organizational complexity often results in friction that creates missed business opportunities, reduced consumer satisfaction and slower economic growth.
Alarm bells should be ringing about the risks posed by cyberattackers who are penetrating physical infrastructure with greater frequency.
With developing nations pushing to reappropriate local assets, businesses face an increasingly unstable international investment climate.
Managing cross-border risk is quickly becoming a business imperative.
Despite an ongoing economic recovery in the United States and around the world, countries like Brazil, Thailand and Kenya are experiencing heightened levels of risk
To make better decisions on international risks, boards must have the information to ask the right questions.
Not all boards of directors have the necessary expertise to make sound risk decisions.