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Wednesday, October 20th 2021

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Is Risk Management hindering Growth?

This week’s must read

Covid will change people’s minds, but not all pandemics will be like this one, and history isn’t always the best predictor of the future. The same can be said about new risks, which is why it’s critical to constantly stress test ideas and collaborate with various people outside of your industry and comfort zone.

This Week’s Must Read is an insight piece from Lucy Stanbrough, Willis Towers Watson on how to gain insight on the emerging risks and interconnections between drivers and risks across 4 key trends.

Lucy Stanbrough @Willis Towers Watson

Thought Leadership

Chief risk officers who have been in the industry for a long time understand that there are known risks and unpredictable risks, and are now required to cope with unanticipated change on a regular basis. Dealing with such a situation necessitates a great deal of bravery, yet courage is a trait that is rarely mentioned in the context of risk management.

Michelle Daisley@OliverWyman

In this PwC’s Pulse Survey we will see that Risk managers have now largely managed the risks associated with having remote employees in many locations,even as the pandemic accelerated technological transformations. They are ready to capitalize on it. Now, risk professionals are seeing the upside that can come with a reimagined hybrid workforce.

Joseph Nocera, Tom Snyder, Dietmar Serbee and Tiffany Gallagher @Pwc

Financial technology firms provide a diverse variety of services, including payments, loans, savings, insurance, and, more recently, cryptocurrencies and their business models, products, and markets are continuously changing. How fintech companies may improve their risk management and utilize it as a business development facilitator.

Dafydd Hobbs @Gobeyond Partners

Not every decision necessitates extreme caution. For any high-impact decision when the danger of making the wrong option is significant, or where other people’s opinions on the optimal choice must be considered, a more methodical approach to decision-making is required.

Michael Barna@Kepner-Tregoe

This week’s Consulting News

| Kevin Surovcik@MorganFranklin Consulting

| Dr. Ricardo Gomez and Christoph Schlossarek@FTI Consulting

| @Bowman

| Mark Walters@KPMG

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