The nature of risk is evolving.


Some indicators are starting to suggest that economically the world is more stable than it has been since the onset of the global financial crisis. And while we may be far from a world without any financial worries, there now seems to be an increasing focus among senior risk managers on non financial and emerging risks. 


These emerging risks are different depending on who you ask, but they can range from cyber and conduct, to climate
change and AI. 


In this second RiskMinds365 eMagazine of 2018, we welcome experts in several key areas, to discuss their thoughts on the new risks and shed some light on the best
practice to keep one step ahead.


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NEW RISKS ON THE BLOCK

Emerging risks shaking up the industry

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Dan Operescu, Managing Director of Risk Surveillance and Analytics, Financial Institutions Commission of British Columbia

Periklis Thivaios, Research, IE Business School

Norman Marks, Thought leader in internal audit risk, risk management and governance

Gerard Lyons, Leading U.K. economist 

Guy Verhofstadt, Brexit Negotiator for the European Union and Former Belgian Prime Minister 

Cosimo Pacciani, Chief Risk Officer, European Stability Mechanism 

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TThe nature of risk is evolving.

Economically, the world is more stable than it has been since the onset of the global financial crisis, and while we may be far from a world without any financial worries, there now seems to be an increasing focus among senior risk managers on non financial and emerging risks. 
In this second RiskMinds365 eMagazine of 2018, we welcome experts in several key areas, to discuss their thoughts on the new risks and shed

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