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Risk Knowledge is a searchable library of relevant information for today's risk professionals. Available materials include RIMS Executive Reports, survey findings, contributed articles, industry research, benchmarking data and more.

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Overcoming Enterprise Disruptions: New Risk Tools Help Companies with the "Uninsurable"
Supply chain and infrastructure disruption can arise from many sources without warning. Companies trading into and out of countries in North Africa, the Middle East, and Japan are acutely aware of such risks right now. In reality, wide arrays of risks fall into the gap between physical damage los
Author:  Emily Freeman & Ian Harrison
Date: February 14, 2014
Category: Global
Keywords: MiddleAfricaRES, AsiaRES, global res
Type: White Paper
Members Only? No
Shipping Threatened by Piracy: Who Picks Up the Bill?
For shipping to flow between Asia Pacific and Europe, a route which accounts for 50% of global trade, ships must travel through the world's two most piracy-prone regions.
Author:  Victor Enzler
Date: October 7, 2013
Allianz Risk Barometer 2013
The survey gathered opinions form 529 corporate and industrial insurance experts from across the Allianz Group on the most important risks that companies in particular regions and sectors face in 2013.
Author:  Katerina Piro, Heidi Polke
Date: October 4, 2013
Unrest in Turkey and Brazil: Risk and Insurance Implications
As of June 21, no business had losses reported in either country that would likely trigger political risk insurance claims, though insurers are carefully monitoring events.
Author:  Evan Freely, Stephen Kay, Alban Laloum, Bruce Cohen, Tracy Knippenburg Gillis
Date: June 27, 2013
Category: Global
Keywords: MiddleAfricaRES, AsiaRES, GlobalRES
Type: Article
Members Only? No
Managing Risk on the New Frontiers of Energy Exploration
We evaluate the changing risk landscape for companies involved in the exploration and production of hydrocarbons from previously untapped reserves.
Author:  William Bruce & Jay Syrett
Date: April 25, 2013
Category: Global
Keywords: MiddleAfricaRES, NorthRES, LatinRES, GlobalRES, eures
Type: Article
Members Only? No
Somali Piracy on the Decline
Somalia is a hot spot for piracy, but recent efforts to curtail pirate activity in the region have been successful.
Author:  Morgan O'Rourke
Date: February 27, 2013
Category: Global
Keywords: MiddleAfricaRES, Naval Patrol, GlobalRES, Naval Patrol
Type: Article
Members Only? No
Solid Bulk Cargo Liquefaction: Just a Chance Occurrence?
Maritime liquefaction is predictable and can be avoided. Nevertheless, between 27 October 2010 and 21 January 2012, five ships sank in Southeast Asia, claiming the lives of 64 seamen and costing marine insurers over USD 100 million.
Author:  Victor Enzler
Date: January 1, 2013
International Safety and Shipping Review 2013
In its annual 'Safety and Shipping Review' of shipping losses, global insurer Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty highlights developments in marine safety during 2012.
Author:  Allianz
Date: January 1, 2013
Fanarchy
Egypt’s soccer riot in February was among the most horrific sports tragedies in modern times.
Author:  Jared Wade
Date: March 2, 2012
Category: Global
Keywords: MiddleAfricaRES, Fanarchy
Type: Article
Members Only? No
Overcoming Enterprise Disruptions: New Risk Tools Help Companies with the “Uninsurable”
Supply chain and infrastructure disruption can arise from many sources without warning. Companies trading into and out of countries in North Africa, the Middle East, and Japan are acutely aware of such risks right now. In reality, wide arrays of risks fall into the gap between physical damage losses
Author:  Ian Harrison
Date: March 1, 2011
The Changing Nature of Risk and Risk Management: The Challenge of Borders, Uncertainty and Resilience
The nature of risk management and the challenges generated by its theory and practice have been in a state of evolution over the past 10 years. This process of evolution has created a number of difficulties for those involved in the management of risk, who now increasingly find themselves lacking th
Author:  Denis Smith, Moira Fischbacher
Date: January 1, 2009