Climate risk is not all doom and gloom: while climate change poses significant financial risks, it also opens up lucrative investment opportunities. Read Dr Svetlana Borovkova’s newest column in Financial Investigator where she discusses which types of companies can benefit from climate change and climate-related regulations.

Het risico van datalekken in de financiële sector. Column van Edward Roozenburg.

Humanity’s response to unpredictable climate change. A column by Pim Poppe.

What’s the role of the risk manager? Criteria for setting up risk management within the organization by Renze Munnik.

How to deal with data breaches at subcontractors. Edward Roozenburg discusses the challenges and responsibilities.

How to keep your internal control framework lean. Some tips are provided in Edward Roozenburg’s column.

Criteria for deciding to staff risk management internally or externally, and one or more persons. Renze Munnik’s column provides an overview of pros and cons for each option.

Risk management and regulations are closely intertwined. Sometimes risk management improves with regulations. Sometimes regulations are just a burden. And sometimes regulations even hurt proper risk management. Right now, we need more common sense and less detailed rules.

Om risico’s te kunnen beheersen, moet je het eerst eens worden over wat je precies onder risico’s verstaat. En vervolgens moeten de risico’s worden ingeschat. Hoe groot is het risico eigenlijk? Hoe groot is de kans dat een risico zich voordoet? En hoe groot is de ellende als het zich daadwerkelijk voordoet? Renze Munnik schrijft hierover in zijn column bij Financial Investigator.

What are the trends and developments that are relevant in risk management this year? What will keep CRO’s awake at night in 2023? Svetlana Borovkova writes about this in her latest column in Financial Investigator: