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FERMA is honoured and proud to have received the BEPS Initiative Award of the year at the European and UK Captive Awards 2017
With today’s economic and political uncertainties, companies need to have appropriate tools to support their strategy. According to FERMA President, Jo Willaert, risk management should be seen as one of the pillars of this strategy.
European risk experts have called for organisations to create dedicated internal cyber risk governance groups to address digital risks across the whole enterprise as the threats evolve
The Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA) represents the risk management profession at European bringing together 22 risk management associations in 21 European countries and representing nearly 4800 risk managers active in a wide range of business sectors from major industrial and commercial companies to financial institutions and local government bodies. FERMA provides the means of coordinating risk management and optimising the impact of these associations at a European level.
FERMA has published 2017 guide about its network of member national associations...
The general assembly of FERMA has chosen six board members and confirmed Jo Willaert as President for an additional two-year term...
European risk experts have called for organisations to create dedicated internal cyber risk governance groups to address digital risks across the whole enterprise as the threats evolve

Today, outside financial services we suffer from a lack of clear recognition of what the function of risk management involves and so also a lack of appreciation of the role of the risk manager.

The FERMA board has dedicated itself to implementation of the newly agreed strategic vision and mission following elections at the general assembly in June. The vision is embodied in the new mission statement aligning FERMA’s work with its goals of increasing leadership in risk management and enhancing risk managers’ strategic influence.
FERMA provides the means of co-ordinating and optimising the impact of its 22 risk management associations outside their national boundaries on a European level
My aim is for FERMA to work for the advantage of risk managers by becoming ever more open and efficient, says FERMA’s new CEO, Typhaine Beaupérin after her first month in the job. She is full of enthusiasm.
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