AIRMIC


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AIRMICAssociation of Insurance and Risk Managers in Industry and Commerce (UK)
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"The world is increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous, the report notes," Airmic said in a statement.
AIRMIC (Association of Insurance and Risk Managers in Industry and Commerce), ALARM (The Public Risk Management Association), IRM (The Institute of Risk Management).
BOURNEMOUTH, England -- The insurance market is "on the cusp," said Willis Group's Deputy Chairman Martin Sullivan, at the annual conference of the United Kingdom's Association of Insurance and Risk Managers (AIRMIC).
Paul Hopkin, London-based technical director with the Association of Insurance and Risk Managers (AIRMIC) says the banking industry's failures may have undermined risk management: "We don't see a falling off in membership or in member activity, but I think when the news is constantly saying, 'Risk is bad, risk management is rubbish,' that drip, drip message will inevitably make people more critical of risk management and what it can deliver."
A new food industry Code of Practice on Fire Risk Minimisation has been published by the Insurers' Fire Research Strategy Scheme ('InFiReS'), in association with the Association of Insurers and Risk Managers in Commerce ('AIRMIC') and the Food Industry Panels Group ('FIPG').
The ISUWA initiative is the work of Derek Mason, chairman of the Association of Insurance and Risk Managers in Industry and Commerce (AIRMIC) Food & Distribution Forum, and insurance manager Jacob Schlawitz.
'While the overwhelming majority of our members believe their companies can benefit from e-tailing, the view at this moment is also that more traditional methods of buying and selling are not under threat,' said AIRMIC's Paul Howard.
The survey was commissioned by a forum brought together by Guardian iT Group, including Business Continuity Institute (BCI), BRE/LPC, the Association of Insurance and Risk Managers (AIRMIC), BAE SYSTEMS plc, Computer Services and Software Association (CSSA), The Disaster Management Forum, FM Global, Marsh, Royal & SunAlliance and Survive.