XL CatlinXL CatlinWe’re glad to inform that the Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA) has partnered with AIG, XL Catlin, EY, Marsh and Chubb supporting the Europe-wide benchmarking survey of risk and insurance management which started on 8 April.
The FERMA European Risk and Insurance Survey stands as the largest European survey on risk managers. This 8th edition is meant to consolidate the FERMA European Risk and Insurance Survey as a useful benchmarking tool for risk managers to offer a unique view into peer benchmarks amongst 4700 risk managers across 21 countries in Europe.
All FERMA association members should have received an invitation to participate in the survey with a link to the questionnaire. If you haven’t received an invitation, we would like to encourage you to contact Laetitia Fung at FERMA (firstname.lastname@example.org)giving your first and last name, business title, company, country and email address and you will receive a personal link by email. For your information: the survey can be completed in 25 minutes and most questions are optional.
FERMA’s intention is to create a reference work for risk and insurance managers throughout Europe that will also provide a tangible basis for reporting to senior management on risk management. We hope for the participation of as many risk managers as possible to make the results truly representative of the views of risk and insurance managers across Europe.
To create the 2016 survey, Commercial Partners have extensively worked with FERMA, its member associations in 21 countries and other selected industry partners. Based on this collaboration, the survey will ask risk and insurance managers for their views on the most significant risks of today, evaluation, associated costs, emerging risks and insurability, risk management governance, compliance etc.
The survey is open until 27 May. An independent company will collect and analyse the responses. The results will form the basis of the second FERMA European Risk and Insurance Report, which will be published at the FERMA Seminar in Malta on 3 & 4 October 2016.