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2017

Date Event
Dec 2017

AIG Report: Multi-Threat Risk Analysis and Insurance Growth Opportunities

The Centre for Risk Studies, in collaboration with the American International Group (AIG), is pleased to present a new report ‘Multi-Threat Risk Analysis and Insurance Growth Opportunities’.

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28 Nov 2017

Pool Re Cyber Terrorism Report

The Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies and Pool Re launched the Cyber Terrorism Report.

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17 Nov 2017

Counterfactual Risk Analysis

Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies: Reimagining History

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15 Nov 2017

Cambridge-McKinsey Risk Prize launch event

The Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies invites you to join them for the official launch of the 2018 Cambridge-McKinsey Risk Prize.

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31 Oct 2017

Pathfinder webinar - October

Centre for Risk Studies: research tracks

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6 Sep 2017

Best Practices in Scenario Development and Usage: Present and Future

Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies workshop.

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Jul 2017

Pathfinder webinar - July

Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies: research tracks.

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27 Jul 2017

Probabilistic Cyber Insurance Loss Estimation

Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies workshop.

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22-23 Jun 2017

Centre for Risk Studies 8th Risk Summit

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Deadline: 6 Mar 2017

The Cambridge-McKinsey Risk Prize

The Centre for Risk Studies, in conjunction with McKinsey & Company, is pleased to announce the 2017 annual risk prize. An award will be made for the best submission on risk management by a current student at the University of Cambridge.

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6-7 Feb 2017

Risks and Benefits of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

A workshop for media and security sectors.

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24 Jan 2017

Centre for Risk Studies Advisory Board Meeting

Research strategy review by the members of the Centre for Risk Studies Advisory Board.

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Jan 2017

Leading Ideas in Risk: Implications of FinTech and Greater Automation to the Financial Services Industry

with Professor Daniel Ralph and Dr Michelle Tuveson