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Expert Risk Articles
For knowledge sharing worldwide, features on a variety of risk topics in both the AGCS in-house media and external publications.
“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."
Cyber-attacks on critical infrastructure20 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?
Recent Developments: 2015 in Review05 April 2016
From cargo liquefaction to opening of Iranian waters and from oil price fluctuations to Tianjin, 2015 saw surprises and some impactful losses.
Farm & Ranch Q&A22 February 2016
Atul Kulkarni, Global Head of Farm & Ranch at AGCS, talks about the impact of socioeconomic issues on traditional agribusiness operations and the shifting farming trends that promise to drastically alter the face of the market.
Property & Engineering Claims trends09 December 2015
The shift of manufacturing to China and South East Asia, increased interdependencies, just-in-time production and diminishing stock are resulting in larger BI and contingent BI claims.
Case study: Business interruption at UCB’s Farchim facility09 December 2015
When an explosion inside the UCB plant in Switzerland completely destroyed a building and interrupted its manufacturing process, the global biopharma manufacturer was left facing a significant loss in income.