FERMA has announced the shortlist for the four Excellence in Risk Management Awards 2017. The winners will be announced at a gala dinner in London on 6 November.
FERMA Forum is the biggest pan-European risk management event of the year.
The awards recognise the highest achievers within the European risk management community, who are nominated by their colleagues through their national risk management associations.
With the aim to support FERMA with its Professionals Development Initiative, Lloyd’s proposed to host and sponsor a development programme for talented risk managers with 3 to 5 years of experience.
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...
Two months ago, we said that the EU was at a political, economic, social and emotional turning point...
D. Matcham, CEO of International Underwriting Association tells us The London Market is a vital European and global insurance hub, providing risk managers with access to a concentration of expertise and capital...
By the time you read this newsletter, the UK may already have its new government. Whichever party wins...
The deadline for entries into this year’s European Risk Management Awards, hosted by FERMA and Commercial Risk Europe, is fast approaching. Nominations, which must come from FERMA member associations, are due by 28 July.
Pauline Davoust is the Risk Manager, gategroup, Switzerland and SIRM board member.
On the day that Britain formally began the process of leaving the European Union...
Two very significant events took place in the European Union in March. On 25 March, the EU celebrated the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome...
Nominations are now open for the second Excellence in Risk Management Awards. These four awards are exclusive to members of FERMA associations
Entries are open for the 2nd Excellence in European Risk Management Awards. The awards recognise the highest achievers within the European risk management community, who are nominated by their colleagues through their national risk management associations.
FERMA and Commercial Risk Europe have announced that the second European Risk Management Awards will take place on 6 November 2017 in London
In cooperation with Danish member association DARIM, nine risk managers went through the rimap® certification process on 25 January 2017.
Jana Bicanová, winner of the Excellence in Risk Management award for life time achievement, talked to FERMA about her career. Jana is President of the Czech Risk Management Association (CZRMA), formerly ASPAR CZ.
Risk Manager of the Year Heljo Laukkala talks to FERMA about his work and why being a risk manager is such a worthwhile and exciting job.
DARIM is the first FERMA member association to take up the challenge and organise a rimap® examination. The paper-based rimap examination will take place in Copenhagen on 25 January 2017.
Four risk managers received Excellence in Risk Management Awards presented at a gala evening in Brussels on 6 December. The awards are part of the first European Risk Management Awards, organised by FERMA and Commercial Risk Europe.
FERMA announced the winners of the Excellence in Risk Management Awards presented at a gala dinner held in Brussels on 6th December.
The shortlist for the inaugural European Risk Management Awards’ Excellence in Risk Management categories has been announced following deliberation by the judging panel at last week’s FERMA Seminar.
FERMA presented the first qualifications by examination in its professional programme rimap® to 18 risk managers during a ceremony at the FERMA Seminar now taking place in Malta.
FERMA's 2016 European Risk and Insurance Report (ERIR) is gathering the views of more than 600 European risk managers at a time of major changes in Europe. The findings of this report, combined with FERMA’s mission and strategy, will shape our activities over the next two years.
The rimap examination is a written exam with 100 questions based on the rimap Body of Knowledge using recognised sources such as ISO 31000 and COSO ERM framework.
rimap® is the first professional Certification for European risk managers. Launched in 2015 by FERMA, rimap® provides independent confirmation of the professional competences, experience and standards of individual risk managers
Through rimap®, FERMA is building the first network of risk management education providers and risk managers across Europe.
FERMA disclosed the names of the first six education programmes in risk management to receive rimap accreditation…
FERMA has announced the first six education bodies to receive accreditation for its professional certification rimap…
“This is a major political event with considerable consequences for the UK and for the EU. UK’s decision opens up a period of uncertainty, which will impact companies until the negotiations of the exit terms are set. Risk managers have an important role to play to help companies navigate in this new environment and with their risk management expertise
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
This Code of ethics was developed by a team of four people, representing different national associations. Their experience and expertise enabled a wide variety of opinions and perspectives to be captured.
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The FERMA Risk Management Benchmarking Survey 2014 is seeking to benchmark the risk management practices in Europe, provide a tangible basis for reporting to senior management, track trends over time...
The survey, which takes place every 2 years, highlights the status of risk management in Europe and establishes the visibility of risk managers and the role in Europe.
The survey, which is take place every other year, highlights the status of risk management in Europe and establishes the visibility of risk managers and the role in Europe.
The rimap Body of Knowledge represents a comprehensive basis of the knowledge that a risk manager should know. Written by a team of European experienced risk managers,