Welcome to European Risk Management Council
A Place for Ideas Exchange Without Boundaries

 

The European Risk Management Council is a platform for sharing the knowledge and best practice in risk management. The Council represents a think tank of risk executives and risk ‘gurus’ from leading banks, insurers, investment and asset management firms and other financial institutions, consultancies and global industrial companies operating in Europe. Focusing on the key themes in risk management, the Council provides an opportunity for industry discussions and facilitates professional communication and sharing best practice in risk management, regulation and compliance. In addition, the Council meetings provide a unique environment for networking and socialising.

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Like in 2016, this year the European Risk Management Council will be a supporting partner of the FT Cyber Security Summit Europe which will take place in London on Wednesday, 8 November 2017. This Summit will discuss the seriousness of the cyber threat facing Europe and explore the solutions. Moderated by Financial Times journalists, this must-attend event will provide a thorough assessment of the dangers in cyberspace and how businesses and governments are investing in better defences for a more secure future. The Risk Council is proud to support this important event.
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After six successful years of running think tank meetings in Europe, the European Risk Management Council has launched its first oversees Chapter – the Asia-Pacific Risk Management Council. It is an important milestone of Council’s long-term strategy which aims to create a global network of risk management executives. The inaugural meeting of the Asia-Pacific Risk Management Council took place in Singapore on 12 July 2017. The topic of the meeting was “Macroeconomic and geo-political risks in APAC region”. The think tank discussed an interconnection between political and economic risks in the region and, in particularly, how political, trade and economic relationships of US, China and Japan affected the APAC risk landscape.

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See below the most recent Council's think tank meetings:

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