2020 Cambridge Global Risk Index Launch Event


Willis Towers Watson and the Willis Research Network are pleased to host the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies launch event for the 2020 update of the Cambridge Global Risk Index. The conference will feature key research from the Centre on modelling catastrophe risk to business activities, as well as provide perspectives on their new and emerging risk challenges.

The Centre has launched the sixth annual Cambridge Global Risk Index to bring business critical elements of the Cambridge Risk Framework into focus. Using the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies' taxonomy of threats, the Centre is researching the catastrophic disruption to economic activities caused by multi-threat events. The Global Risk Index allows users to understand the economic implications of a variety of risks and use the GDP@Risk metric to enhance their preparedness and resilience. In this way, governments and firms will be better equipped to deal with risks in the future, some of which they may not have previously encountered. Topics discussed will include an integrated risk outlook for 2020, better understanding of corporate risk profiling, and seeing opportunities for the insurance industry through risk science.

We look forward to seeing you! 

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