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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    And now – the weather
    05 November 2015

    Karsten Berlage from Allianz Risk Transfer (ART) explains how businesses can protect themselves against mother nature’s mood swings.

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    Political risks - hotspots and risk intelligence
    02 December 2015

    Five years on from the events of the Arab Spring the geopolitical environment around the globe continues to be volatile. Global Risk Dialogue looks at the hotspots for 2016 and the importance of good risk intelligence.

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    In Profile: Captain Rahul Khanna on mega-ships and mega-risks
    16 October 2015

    Captain Rahul Khanna, the Global Head of Marine Risk Consulting at AGCS, gives a captain’s perspective as he reflects on navigating big ships.

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    Financial Lines Q&A
    06 October 2015

    Paul Schiavone, the Regional Head of Financial Lines North America, shares his insight on the trends seen in North American Financial Lines, what differentiates Allianz products in his region and more.

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    Cyber security and protection best practice
    09 September 2015

    Businesses must understand how cyber risk impacts their operations and how such risks could be mitigated.

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