Helping you manage emerging liability risks and uncertainties
- Provides a mechanism for identifying, evaluating and re-evaluating emerging liability risks.
- Is based on objective, testable evidence and expert insight.
- It provides a complement to the traditional claims-driven mechanisms for responding to change in the liability environment.
- It proposes change control/prevention strategies, e.g. legal defences, challenges to duty of care standards, accurate mitigation etc.
- Readily fits into a quality assured risk management system, providing confidence to shareholders, FSA and ratings agencies.
- Reduces information noise.
As the various regulators look to tighten up and systematically scrutinise insurance management systems, it makes sense to be prepared. Whether or not you have in-house expertise in all aspects of liability exposure, it makes sense to engage an expert service into your systems.
For a 3 page paper on the management of emerging risks – Emerging risks management
What you get for your annual subscription:
- 2 to 4 issues of the Radar journal, analysing the latest changes to the liability environment, employing probabilistic techniques and providing reliable data for your own risk and uncertainty assessment methods.
- 4 meetings a year with the whole subscriber group. Working together and sharing views can lead to clearer understanding of the issues that affect you.
- Telephone and email consultation on issues raised in the journal or at meetings.
- Access to a database of over 3,800 reports tracking the development of emerging risks over the past 16 years and completing your picture of “where we are now”.
- Liability ENID models – topics are selected in consultation with the subscriber group.
- Topical reports which may then go on sale to the market more generally.
Price: contact Dr Andrew Auty.
Our policy is to charge every insurer the same rate; the service is open to all employees of the subscriber, database access is by username and password. Special deals with insurance trade bodies can be arranged