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
“There’s no turning back to the old reality”
20 February 2018

Katinka Barysch, German economist and financial commentator, and the Director of Political Affairs for Allianz SE answers questions about world events and if things can ever go back to "normal."

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    Cyber-attacks on critical infrastructure
    20 July 2016

    Critical infrastructure systems are interconnected to form the energy “grid”. Although beneficial to the public this grid is vulnerable to cyber-attack by hacktivists or terrorists. How can these perils be mitigated?

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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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    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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    Emerging cyber risks: impact of technology
    09 September 2015

    The cyber risk landscape of tomorrow will look very different to that of today.

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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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