Supply Chain Resilience
Supply Chain Resilience
By Adriano Lanzilotto , FM Global London Operations
Adriano is Client Service Manager for property insurer FM Global London Operations, responsible for managing the Operation’s book consisting of global companies domiciled in the UK. Adriano is a chemical engineer by education and has spent 20 years at FM Global covering a wide range of positions in risk engineering and underwriting.
Wednesday 14th October: 10.00am - 11.00am
Recent global events such as hurricanes, wildfires and pandemics have confirmed that the ability of a company to do business can be significantly impacted by events occurring far away from the company’s premises. While we are very good at taking care of the “known”, i.e. our own company assets and owned footprint, the “less known” exposures associated with the complex matrix of third party suppliers and contracted manufacturers provide a real challenge for risk managers.
This webinar will offer an overview of the key risks posed by supply chains, assist brokers and insurers in helping their clients navigate these risks, and offer a few tools to identify, quantify and mitigate these unknown exposures.
After attending this webinar you will be able to:
• Help clients identify the key property risks that can impact their supply chain
• Understand some of the strategies used to quantify the financial exposure associated with supply chain risks
• Help clients to understand how such risks can be mitigated
• Help clients appreciate the gap between insured and uninsured risk
• Access some online tools that will help you identify and quantify risks at key supplier locations
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Please note that this webinar will be hosted on the Zoom platform which may be restricted by some employers.Members may need to utilise their own personal devices in these circumstances to access the platform.
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