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Risky business

Companies and countries have always dealt with risks, but new threats such as cyber security are now changing the equation. How do you measure risk, what is the impact of recent events such as the Brexit vote, and what is…

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Reinsurance News: Global economic output at risk from man-made events

Man-made risks, such as market crash and cyber-attacks, now account for 60 per cent of the total economic output at risk in major cities globally, says a report by the Centre for Risk Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School. The…

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Corporate risk

From a risk perspective, the past decade has been traumatic, from the global financial crisis to election shocks of tectonic proportions. Professor Daniel Ralph of Cambridge Judge says not to expect the next decade to be any better, instead -…

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Cyber risks

The loss of sensitive information gets all the headlines, but lesser-known threats from cyber attacks also deserve attention, say risk experts at Cambridge Judge Business School conference. News headlines are full of reports about the privacy risks of hacking and…

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Bloomberg: Geopolitical and sovereign threats increase

Daniel Ralph, Professor of Operations Research and Academic Director of the Centre for Risk Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses increased geopolitical risk in 2017. He said geopolitical risk, including terrorism threats and sovereign defaults, are increasing in likelihood…

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Heightened risk ahead for the world

Report "Cambridge Global Risk Index 2017" released by the Centre for Risk Studies at Cambridge Judge. The risk of major shocks to the global economy is increasing. The potential loss to the world's economic output is estimated at $1.17 trillion…

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Paper on subprime ‘irrationality’ wins Cambridge-McKinsey Risk Prize

Winning paper by PhD candidate Rasheed Saleuddin finds 'mark to market' was not the culprit for the deepening financial crisis. The Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge announced on 21 June that Rasheed…

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Is ‘risk culture’ enough?

Civil and administrative actions to enforce personal behaviour are essential despite the growing prominence of risk culture, argue two academics at the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies. Ever since the financial crisis in 2007-2008, there has been a growing focus…

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Cambridge TV: Cities at Risk

Professor Daniel Ralph, Director of the Centre for Risk Studies (CRS) at Cambridge Judge, discusses Lloyd’s City Risk Index 2015-2025 developed by the Centre. The Index encompasses 301 of the world’s leading cities, selected by economic, business and political importance.…

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Cities at risk

New model by Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies for Lloyd's says world cities face expected losses of $4.6 trillion in economic output over the next decade as a result of catastrophes. New techniques developed by the Cambridge Centre for Risk…

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Cities at risk

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