It is helpful to think of business risks as having six dimensions or characteristics. Many business risks will have more than one dimension.Read More
The AFR columnist Chanticleer ran a feature story on 1 April 2020 on risk management that included a summary of the 52 Risks framework. The article also highlighted the value that risk professionals can bring to any organization.Read More
Few organizations could have ever been prepared, operationally or financially, for the scale and magnitude of the COVID-19 crisis. However the value of implementing a more comprehensive approach to risk management is becoming more apparent. 52 Risks Creator and Founder, Peter Deans, provided his thoughts on some of the early risk management lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic period in an article for Singularity University’s Hub.Read More
The 52 Risks framework provides a risk management map and company for all sizes of enterprises. With all 52 Risks on one page, directors and management can seek to identify and then consider the business risks their organization will face.Read More
"While the property market has not crashed, he said the outlook for prices was uncertain, and some borrowers would need to consider selling"
I think the pleasant rhetoric about ongoing deferrals and how things play out in reality may be quite different
Definitely a #retail apocolyse. More Than 8,700 Stores Are Closing In 2020 So Far—A Number That Will Surely Rise via @forbes https://www.forbes.com/sites/walterloeb/2020/07/06/9274-stores-are-closing-in-2020--its-the-pandemic-and-high-debt--more-will-close/?subId3=xid:fr1594245682768hha