Win a trip to Europe with Commercial Risk Africa
Risk Frontiers Africa
Don’t miss out on winning a trip to Europe !!
Crest Advisory is delighted to be supporting the annual Risk Frontiers Africa 2017 survey of risk managers across Sub Saharan Africa. This annual survey is produced by Commercial Risk Africa (‘CRA’), the monthly digital publication for risk and insurance managers in Sub Saharan Africa. One lucky survey respondent will win a trip to Europe*
This collaboration evidences the strong and growing relationship between the two organisations, giving risk managers unparalleled access to information, knowledge exchange and education.
Past research has revealed a growing ‘disconnect’ between the manner in which risk managers are asked to do their work and the manner in which boards are performing their function. As part of a closer alliance between Crest and CRA, we would like to gauge how the ‘disconnect’ between the risk managers and their respective boards has developed since the last survey which was conducted at the beginning of 2016.
Accordingly, your participation as a Crest member is very important to us. We would greatly appreciate receiving your perception regarding the changing nature of risk (if any) across your business.
This year’s survey will ask for your views on political risk, the talent agenda, compliance demands, exchange rate concerns and the company perception of risk management.
To complete this short and simple questionnaire, please click here
We greatly appreciate your time for completing this poll. As a token of our appreciation of your support of Crest and this survey, you are welcome to sign up for a free on-line subscription to Commercial Risk Africa. To receive this free subscription, please ensure you tick the box at the bottom of the survey questionnaire.
About Commercial Risk Africa (‘CRA’)
CRA was launched in November 2012 at the Institute of Risk Management South Africa (IRMSA) annual conference in Johannesburg to meet the rapidly evolving demand from risk and insurance managers for a quality news service focused, initially at least, on the English-speaking Sub Saharan Africa. It now provides both the international and local and regional risk and insurance management community with a monthly regular, in-depth analysis of the key risk and insurance topics that affect the region and that will help them do a better job.
CRA is edited by Liz Booth and supported by specialist local journalists including Steve Mbogo, Prince Cookey and Gareth Stokes.
For more information about CRA visit http://www.commercialriskonline.com
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