FERMA TV Interviews

Did you attend the FERMA European Risk Management Forum 2017? If you want to learn more about what happened in Monaco or if you want to remember the hightlights of those 3 days, have a look at the FERMA TV interviews on our Forum Live page! Interviews of our keynote speakers: Mark Gallagher and Jamie […]

Women in Risk Management Lunch

 Collaboration, diversity, courage Isabel Martinez, Head of the Finance and Marketing department, Autonomous University of Madrid welcomed about 120 women to discuss the values that drive them in their careers and in their lives. On the panel were Julia Graham as moderator, Nadia Cote, Country President France, Chubb, Véronique Brionne, Country President Spain & Portugal, […]

The role of education in developing tomorrow’s risk leaders

Education is at the heart of the issues confronting the risk management community at a time when top management and boards are keenly aware of the need to manage risk efficiently in a complex and constantly evolving environment. A battle for recognition and a seat at the table is raging. Risk managers need to acquire […]

Challenges and opportunities for captives – in the post-BEPS world

Clearly, the OECD has triggered a new round of world interest in captives, and not for the right reasons, as it might have resulted in tax authorities worldwide questioning the legitimacy of captives. Mathew Latham, Head of Captive Programmes with XL Catlin clearly stressed the three major challenges for captives: Regulation and governance (Solvency 2 […]

Europe at the crossroads

Resilience requires a 360 degree view of risk In an uncertain world, companies need to look at risk from a 360 degree perspective and not focus on the typical risk committee perceptions of risk. This was the advice from Sir Jeremy Greenstock, Chairman of Gatehouse Advisory Partners and former high level British diplomat. “We can […]