Business leaders have seen it coming for a while. The world is moving toward nationalism, devolved nations and fragmenting into regional trading blocks. What will the impact be on the global economy?
Until new governance and dispute-resolution structures evolve to adapt to the digital era, we will continue to see fights over control of data and platforms as well as over the distribution of the wealth generated by that control.
In 2018, technology competition took on a sharp political edge, creating formidable barriers to the movement of human and financial capital that drive innovation. The ripple effects will be felt in key technology sectors in ways no one can predict.
The PwC blog series on threats to macroeconomic and revenue and profit growth kicks off with an introduction to the key findings of the 22nd annual PwC CEO survey, in particular regarding threats to stable business operations. It relates those threats to Eurasia Group’s latest report on the geopolitical risks facing companies that operate globally.
In the PwC Global Family Business Survey 2018 – involving over 2,900 respondents at companies mostly with annual revenues of US$21 million to $100 million – we found a marked increase in the number of businesses that felt vulnerable to digital disruption: 30%, compared with 25% in 2016, the last time we did the same survey.
What's the RiskMinds conference really like? We sat down with George Stylianides, PwC’s Global Risk Consulting Leader and Global Risk and Regulation Platform Leader, to get his perspective on the 25th year of this pre-eminent risk and regulatory event.
People want more of enterprise risk management (ERM) and are keen to know how the Framework might help them improve their own practices. Has the Framework changed the way you manage risk?
What explains the gap between CEOs’ positive outlook for the global economy and their less optimistic prospects for their own organizations?
The Compendium of Examples features nine case studies illustrating how organisations across industries, of different types and sizes, might choose to apply the principles and concepts of the COSO ERM Framework.
Innovation and technology are changing the role of risk. So how do risk professionals now need to adapt?
The new COSO Enterprise Risk Management Framework is changing the conversation we have about risk.
By David Sapin, US Risk and Regulatory Consulting Leader What is a policy and why is it important? Policies - for the purposes of this blog - are principles or plans that define the approach that a government wants to pursue to achieve a desired outcome. Policies are brought to...
By Olivier Sueur, PwC Advisory, Netherlands and Helene Katz, Banking and Capital Markets , US The writing on the wall has never been clearer: There is a real crisis of public trust in business, institutions, government and non-governmental organizations. In PwC’s 2017 Global CEO Survey, 69% of CEOs noted it’s...
By Jim Woods, Global Risk Assurance Leader It was August 1995. I figured this would be a great time, professionally and personally, to broaden my career and pursue a new experience outside the UK. Ultimately, Hong Kong prevailed, and I was immersed in a rich diversity of culture - at...
By Dennis Chesley, Global, Asia Pacific and Americas (APA) Risk Consulting Leader and Alexis Crow, Lead, Geopolitical Investing Practice In a 2016 strategy + business article, we outlined how a new world economic order had taken hold—one defined by complex and continuously shifting economic relationships. Today, we’re seeing that play...
By Dave Burg, US and Global Cybersecurity & Privacy Co-Leader, PwC; Grant Waterfall, US & Global Cybersecurity & Privacy Co-Leader, PwC; and Christopher Castelli, Director, PwC At last month’s RSA event in San Francisco—the global cybersecurity and privacy conference—we heard time and time again from CEOs and other C-suite executives...
By Dennis Chesley I have a colleague who can best be described as a planner. You know the type: he’s always making lists and timetables, setting milestones and thinking about contingencies. I should note that those are great qualities in a risk manager, so I’m really glad to have him...
Why is creating a strong culture is a prerequisite to sustainable, integrated and value-added enterprise risk management?
What is a risk curve and how can you use it to better link strategy to performance?
Viewing risk from the vantage point of strategy can help you perform due diligence on strategic alternatives during the strategy selection process.