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FERMA Risk Management Seminar 2014
20 & 21 October 2014 in Brussels, Belgium
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Venice, 4-7 October 2015
FERMA is dedicated to assisting the development of risk management education through Universities, Business Schools, Colleges and Institutes. It sponsors students to attend its Forum and seminars.
FERMA Professional Development Initiative sponsored by Lloyd's With the aim to support FERMA with its Professional Development Initiative, Lloyd's hosts and sponsors a development programme for talented risk managers with 3 to 5 years of experience. Read more..
Students at the FERMA Forum 2013 Risk Management Education is one of the main concerns of FERMA. The invitation of students to its Forums offers them the possibility to attend a major Risk Management congress in Europe, to improve their knowledge and allows them to discuss and exchange views, not only with practitioners, risk and insurance managers, but also with numerous service providers. Read more..
FERMA Corporate Brochure
"A European vision of Risk Management". Read more..
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FERMA launches a benchmarking survey of risk management practices across Europe every two years across its members. Read more..
ECIIA - FERMA guidance
Guidance on the 8th EU Company Law Directive (article 41). Read more..
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FERMA maintains its contacts with the various European Business Associations and contributes with its views and concerns to the European Commission developments.
Below are our latest posts and news about European Topics.FERMA named official partner in European-wide campaign to manage stress at work
FERMA executive director Florence Bindelle said: “As in previous years, FERMA is pleased to have been selected among the partners of the EU-OSHA campaign to improve workplace health and safety. We are aware of the positive effects that tackling psychosocial risks can have on overall business performance, particularly long-term sustainability and social responsibility. Some FERMA members have launched initiatives to work closely with human resources directors to define risk indicators.” Continue reading
A role for the risk manager in corporate transparency
This directive amends the Accounting Directive, and it will become law following the expected adoption by the European Council in the next few weeks. Most quoted companies already publish a corporate social responsibility (CSR) report that covers many of the topics to be disclosed, but this directive makes disclosure mandatory and it extends this requirement to all companies and groups with more than 500 employees, and insurance companies and banks. The EU estimates it will affect about 6000 enterprises in total. Continue reading
FERMA has established political action committees to strengthen FERMA’s voice on public policy issues and to promote and maintain relationships with European regulators. So far, there are six such committees covering environmental liability, disaster insurance, corporate governance, IMD2, Solvency 2 and captives, and cybersecurity. Continue reading
The European insurance industry has, from the outset, strongly supported Solvency II. Insurers back its ambition to ensure high levels of policyholder protection and encourage good risk management through sophisticated measurement of risks and risk mitigation. Unfortunately, it has taken rather longer and proved rather harder than originally hoped to achieve those goals. Continue reading