Expert Risk Articles

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

Editor’s pick
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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    Top risks in focus: Market developments - Rising impact of new technology and digitalization continues
    11 January 2017

    More than half of Risk Barometer responses (53%) cited increasing digitalization and use of new technologies as the most prominent trend currently transforming their respective industry sector.

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    Flood Risk - Faurecia
    02 December 2015

    Flooding represents a significant risk for companies like Faurecia. The automotive equipment suppliers' sites became the pilot for AGCS' first-ever flood risk survey.

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    Lessons Learned from Hurricane Katrina
    17 August 2015

    AGCS takes the opportunity to look back and analyze the key risk management lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina and the 2005 storm season.

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    A Towering New Vision
    21 April 2014

    A look at the the world's tallest building and the risks and considerations that come alongside a project of magnificent proportions.

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    Supply Chain - A house of cards or a firm foundation?
    30 September 2011

    Complex supply chain systems have seen an increase in potential exposures, raising the need for more sophisticated risk mitigation measures.

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