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The Emerging Risks Quandary


Global economic integration, technological advances, and geopolitical friction are making anticipating emerging risks more important as adverse trends can shatter corporate reputation and growth expectations.

Yet many companies struggle to articulate the relevance of global and emerging risks to their business and are poorly organized to make timely decisions.

The Emerging Risks Quandary, new research from the MMC Global Risk Center, explores what impedes corporate efforts and identifies how you can blend creativity and pragmatism to look beyond predictable and controllable risks to complex uncertainties that have the potential to generate more than mere volatility in corporate earnings.

Among the topics the report addresses:

  • Key elements of a robust framework for identifying emerging risks.
  • The role of the C-suite, including CEOs and CFOs, in creating cultures that foster organizational resilience.
  • Emerging sources of risk, including examples and details, in five categories: political/economic, economic/political, technological/economic, geopolitical/societal, and environmental/societal.