International business risks
Companies growing their overseas businesses are walking a tightrope between expansion and exposure, often without an adequate awareness of the options available to protect their business across different market practices in different territories.
Guide to: Multinational risks – Strategic RISK supplement, July 2014, supported by AIG
Companies seeking growth in new markets will face risks that may be different from those they have encountered at home
Guide to: Claims – StrategicRISK supplement, December 2013, supported by AIG
How to navigate the claims process
Protection against non-payment risk
Protection against the risk of non-payment is essential
The emergence of technology provides a new type of risk management for trade credit insurance.
Tackling numerous issues a transforming landscape as the span of global risk widens
International trade is easier than ever, but the opportunities come with pitfalls. Where does accountability for defects lie when working with overseas suppliers?
Compliance and regulation
Local compliance and regulatory issues consistently appear as one of the main concerns for companies expanding into new territories
Cyber and technology risk
Cyber: joined up? – AIG
More needs to be done to increase awareness of the vulnerabilities and consequences in relation to cyber risks.
Cyber security: mapping the unknowable risk – article from Prospect Magazine,
Based on a Prospect discussion held in conjunction with AIG and the City of London in 2016
Guide to: Technology risk – StrategicRISK supplement, June 2015, supported by AIG
A review of major technological developments and how they benefit, disrupt or threaten businesses around the world
Tech risk: Are companies ready? – AIG White Paper February 2014
Are organisations sufficiently future-focused and able to mitigate against new disruptive technology threats?
Corporate governance and people risk
Guide to: Drectors’ and Officers’ Liability – StrategicRISK supplement, June 2013, supported by AIG
New anti-corruptions laws and the financial climate are having an impact on the pricing and expectations of directors and officers’ cover
Guide to: Executive Travel – StrategicRISK supplement, May 2013, supported by AIG
From kidnap, terrorism and political risk, to evacuation, interruption, compliance and medical issues, not having a travel plan for employees can be a costly mistake and a failure to meet the duty of care obligation
Guide to: People risk – StrategicRISK supplement, June 2016, supported by AIG
Covering duty of care, big data analytics, managing people risks, migration and expats, business travel, kidnap, flexible working, internal crime and cyber threats
Property & casualty
Guide to: Property & casualty – StrategicRISK supplement, April 2015, supported by AIG
As the risks businesses face evolve and change, so do the insurance coverage and mitigation strategies to address them