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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    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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