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Natural Resources Risk Index 2016: View from the boardroom

Drawing on quantitative and qualitative interviews with some of the world’s leading metals, mining, oil, gas, chemicals, power and utilities companies, the Index analyses the severity of impact and ease of management of the top 50 risks facing the natural resources industry.

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Referendum – U.K. votes to leave the European Union

The U.K. has voted to leave the European Union. The exact implications of a U.K. withdrawal for future policy and regulation are unknown at this time. Willis Towers Watson is monitoring the situation closely to ensure we provide our clients timely analysis and counsel surrounding the implications of this vote.

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On Resolving Disputes in China

Settling disputes in China, especially over insurance claims, is a matter of consensus, according to Lincoln Pan, Head of Greater China for Willis Towers Watson.

To Click or Not to Click: A Holistic Approach to a Rising Risk

A look at rising cyber threats and some surprises about where they come from, with Anthony Dagostino, National E&O and Cyber Practice Leader.

An Emerging Solution to Emerging Risks

Jim Swanke, Head of Captive Consulting for Willis Tower Watson, on the surge in the use of captive insurance companies.

Natural Resources: Intelligent Risk Management

The Natural Resources industries are renowned for their complex and unique risk management challenges, and so it's vital that all the elements of a company's risk management strategy are brought together effectively to lower overall risk costs. Our specialists understand these challenges, and have a lifetime's experience of our industries in all their forms.

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