Monthly Archives: September 2011

Insurance is the basis for strategic risk management (in Mediaplanet)

Peter den Dekker in Mediaplanet Risk Management (Denmark): Insurance is the basis for strategic risk management. Insurance is a pivotal function that allows the risk manager to engage in the strategy of the organization. Use insurance as the basis for strategic risk management. Continue reading


Marina Basova “remember that managing risks means managing the business itself”

Marina Basova’s interview is the third of our “Young Risk Professionals” series. Continue reading


FERMA – New Corporate Brochure

“A European vision of Risk Management” is the name of the new FERMA Corporate Brochure. Download it here. Continue reading


Fedele Cappiello’s interview “What would you suggest to risk Management Students”

Fedele Cappiello’s interview is the second of our “Young Risk Professionals” series. Continue reading


FERMA Forum 2011 : Follow the Blog !

Stay tuned on FERMA Forum Blog during the Forum, since this is the place where we will post any useful interesting stuff related to FERMA Risk Management Forum 2011 in Stockholm. Continue reading


Leopold Arios’s interview “What made you want to become a risk professional”

Leopold’s interview around his career as a Risk professional is the first in a series of interviews surrounding the launch of the Young Risk Professional Programme supported by FERMA and LRQA. Continue reading


Jorge Luzzi elected next President of FERMA

Jorge Luzzi has been elected the next President of the Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA). His mandate as President will start at the end of the FERMA Forum on 5 October 2011 and continue until the end of the Forum 2013. Michel Dennery, Deputy Chief Risk Officer, GDF SUEZ, has been elected FERMA Vice President with a two year mandate until June 2013. Julia Graham, Chief Risk Officer for the global law firm DLA Piper, continues as Vice President until June 2012. Continue reading


FERMA welcomes two new members : Malta and Slovenia

The risk management associations of Malta (MARM) and Slovenia (SI.RISK) have been accepted as the latest members of the Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA). They bring to a total of 19 the number of countries whose risk managers are represented in FERMA. Continue reading


A holistic view of Enterprise Risk Management development around the world

The session will bring a holistic view of the ERM development around the world, particularly abroad Europe. The speakers will bring their expertise as representing international companies and international Risk Management associations. Several analysis will help to understand that after all we are in a small world, but there are some particularities like the USA and Canada way of doing ERM, how Latin American, African and Asiatic companies deal with ERM and also how governmental institutions manage their risks.

The session is important because the attendees could compare the development of the profession in countries and institutions that are not their daily operation and to see the way that these kind of institutions deal with their common problems. New ideas about the way to deal with the profession could come after to see the situation from another perspective.

People will learn to see other point of view from different organizations and different countries could provide a complete new vision and generate a new approach in the way that they are doing ERM locally; also to interact with professionals coming abroad Europe like the President of Rims and the Risk Manager of the International Monetary Found could provide a direct contact with other realities of our common profession.

Monday 3rd October, 3.45pm – 5pm

Session Leader :
Jorge LUZZI, Director Risk Management, Pirelli Group and Vice President of FERMA (Moderator)

Speakers :
Scott B. CLARK, President, Risk and Insurance Management Association
Pablo ZINI, Risk Manager, International Monetary Fund


FERMA Newsletter 43 (Table of Contents)

FERMA Newsletter 43 (September 2011)
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September 2011
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