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    What is the reason behind currency devaluation and prices fluctuation.

  • Writing an ORSA Report

    Insurance regulators have made the Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA) into one of the global Insurance Core Principles that need to be adopted in all countries.

    By Dave Ingram

    Several countries have already adopted an ORSA…



  • Food For Thought – Pare Back Complexity

    In my Trusted Advisor program I discuss the concept of wisdom with participants.  We draw out what it means and what it looks like.  I always ensure that simplicity gets onto the whiteboard.  At the end of the day, we all know that when we hear about something new that is very, very simple we are singularly impressed.



    For many of us we have created complexity in what we do or deliver for seemingly many good reasons.  Take aircraft for example.  Around a century ago we went from a…



  • Alternative payments Part 4: Searching for the perfect payment solution

    The market size and app richness in the new payments area begs the question, where is this all going? And what should the perfect payment solution of the future look like? In this final part of the blog series I look at issues that should be addressed to fast-forward the way we conduct payments.

    1. (Sore) Point of Sale technology

      If merchants are not convinced that new POS solutions will give them an advantage, wider distribution will be hard to achieve.…


  • Is it a benefit or risk to have audit and risk come together at one point in an organisation?



    To clarify, the question I am asking is twofold.  One relates to the perceptions created for the end client, management and the Board.  The second relates to governance.



    Taking the second question first, does having risk and audit report through to one person mean that that person has a conflict of interest? When might this be the case?  Under what circumstances?  Does it depend on the specific arrangements for risk and audit or is it simply better practice to not have them…



  • How Risk Management Technology Projects Succeed

    CMS Wire's Norman Marks recent article, "Why Risk Management Technology Projects Fail," captures a common but limited viewpoint of Risk Management that limits its ability to succeed in any environment, whether supported by software, spreadsheets, or pen…