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FERMA Newsletter 51 (Table of Contents)

FERMA Newsletter 51 (January 2013)
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A New Year message from the President

We just have finished a very exciting year, full of challenges, but also full of achievements. Among the high points was the wonderful seminar in Versailles. Continue reading


What do you think of the FERMA Newsletter?

Do you like the FERMA newsletter? Do you think it needs changing? Continue reading


En route to Maastricht – Forum countdown

I’ve been in the event industry for quite a few years now and I still love this image. You’re on a platform waiting for the train. Continue reading


See the big picture at the 2013 FERMA Forum

We’re living in a riskier world. It’s complex and fast moving. Risk managers need to be equipped to inspire, educate and influence, and these are the central themes of the 2013 FERMA Forum around which the programme will turn. Continue reading


Some things you (probably) didn’t know about Maastricht

Most Europeans have heard of the southern Netherlands city Maastricht because it gave its name to the Treaty on European Union which was signed here on 7 February 1992. Continue reading


Letter from Brussels

You will have seen from this newsletter that FERMA has appointed its first full time European Affairs Representative, Julien Bedhouche. Continue reading


Marie Gemma Dequae joins IRM board

FERMA’s scientific advisor Marie Gemma Dequae has joined the board of directors of the Institute of Risk Management (IRM), the enterprise risk management education body. She was President of FERMA from 2005-2009 and a board member. Continue reading


FERMA appoints full time European adviser

FERMA has appointed its first full time European Affairs Representative to help promote the interests of FERMA members with European institutions and in terms of EU legislation. He is Julien Bedhouche, a French national with a masters’ degree in European law from Rennes University in Brittany. Continue reading


Environmental law patchwork creates confusion

This second week of January was dedicated to some working sessions about a possible review of the Environmental Liability Directive (ELD). The first was set up by industry, the second by Bio Intelligence Service. Bio Intelligence is a consulting firm contracted by the European Commission Continue reading