Monthly Archives: April 2014

BELRIM Newsletter April 2014

Table of content

• People on Board – Our Vice-President
• FERMA Risk Management Benchmarking Survey
• Scientific Committee Kick-Off Meeting
• Bribery & Corruption
• Postponed due to Football – General Assembly cannot compete with Red Devils
• Cloud Computing – Revolution or Nightmare?
• New Effective Member
• New Affiliated Member
• New Affiliated Member
• Risk Management Katern
• Interview with Carl Leeman on Modern Risk Management
• Cloud Computing – the key questions Risk Managers should ask themselves Continue reading

Showing the added value of risk management

Michel Dennery, FERMA Deputy President and member of the survey working group, talks to FERMA about the 2014 Benchmarking Survey Continue reading

Professional Development Programme for Risk Managers, organised by FERMA and Lloyd’s

On the 24th of April the 2014-2015 Professional Development Programme for Risk Managers will begin in London. The event has been jointly organised by FERMA (Federation of European Risk Management Associations) and Lloyd’s, in conjunction with AGERS (Spanish Association of Insurance and Risk Management). Continue reading

FERMA launches 2014 Risk and Insurance Management Benchmarking Survey across Europe

The Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA) will on Tuesday (22 April) launch the 2014 FERMA Benchmarking Survey of European risk and insurance management in association with its national association members in 20 European countries. Continue reading

FERMA Seminar 2014, 20 – 21 October – Registrations are now open

The Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA) is pleased to invite you to participate in its 2014 Seminar with the title “LIVING AND WORKING IN A RISKIER WORLD”, taking place on 20 and 21 October 2014 at the Square Meeting Centre in Brussels, Belgium.

This Seminar is a unique opportunity for risk management and insurance professionals to gather in order to learn and exchange ideas with their peers. One of the highlights of the programme will be the presentation of the results of the European Risk and Insurance Report.  It will also explore the latest regulatory developments and their impact on European risk management. You can find the final programme,  and further useful information on the Seminar website. 

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The PRESTIGE – First working breakfast of AGERS

Lessons learned from the PRESTIGE case in AGERS’ first working breakfast.
LOURDES AGUANELL EXCELLED IN HER LEAD ROLE AGERS’ first working breakfast was held on the 8th of April, with an attendance of more than eighty people coming from the insurance and risk management sectors aiming to analyse the Prestige case. Continue reading

Enrique Zárraga Aranceta, Honorary Member of AGERS

On the 31st of March, the Spanish Association of Risk Management and Insurance (AGERS) Board of Directors unanimously appointed Mr. Enrique Zárraga Aranceta as Honorary Member for his services Continue reading

FERMA Newsletter 58 (Table of Contents)

FERMA Newsletter 58 (March 2014)
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March 2014

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The Benchmarking Survey 2014 starts on 22 April in 20 European countries

In association with its 22 national association members in 20 countries, FERMA will on 22 April launch the 2014 FERMA Risk Management Benchmarking Survey.
To create it, FERMA has worked extensively with its member associations plus five commercial partners: AXA Corporate Solutions, Ernst & Young, Marsh, XL Group and Zurich. Based on this collaboration, the survey will ask risk and insurance managers for their views on: Continue reading

Members help to shape the 2014 FERMA Seminar programme

Feedback from members is helping to shape the programme for the FERMA Seminar on 20 and 21 October in Brussels, much as associations have had a big voice in the content of the 2014 FERMA Risk Management Benchmarking Survey. There will be more discussions and fewer presentations from the platform. The focus will be on giving members an opportunity to raise their voices, influence ideas and put their questions. Two round table discussions will bring the process together. Continue reading