The theme of this year’s AIRMIC conference – Shaping the Future of Risk – has been chosen as the logical next step following the body’s 50th anniversary conference last year, which inevitably had a retrospective focus.
According to John Hurrell, AIRMIC’s chief executive officer, a critical issue will be the speed of change – from changes in technology to changes in business models and the move from hard assets to soft assets, and what that means for the industry.
“We wanted to focus on the things that we felt were critical to everyone on both sides of the industry over the next 2-3 years – and the answer’s a lot,” he said.
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