Expert Risk Articles

For knowledge sharing worldwide, features on a variety of risk topics in both the AGCS in-house media and external publications.

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Over-exposed - vineyard volatility amid a changing climate
01 August 2017

Climate disruptions are increasing in volatility throughout the world. Among one of the hardest hit is agribusiness – specifically wineries – which depend on stable soils and climatological consistency.

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    Fighting fire
    24 November 2014

    Effective management of the fall-out from a fire can be used as a key business differentiator once the recovery process is complete, providing the lessons learned are put to good use.

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    The heat is on
    24 November 2014

    Increasing losses from weather-related catastrophes are forcing companies to buckle down on reviewing pre-loss and post-loss risk management.

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    Welcome 'on board' Captain Kinsey
    17 June 2014

    Onboarding interview with Captain Andrew Kinsey, Senior Marine Risk Consultant at AGCS in New York.

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    Mitigating the impact of increasing losses from weather-related natural catastrophes
    10 June 2014

    Risk managers from top institutions in London discuss the implications of climate change, natural catastrophes and business interruption, hosted by AGCS.

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    Four Questions for Alexander Mack
    23 April 2014

    The newest AGCS Board Member answers questions about the Claims industry and his new role.

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