Opinion, Risk Management

CROs in US and UK expect ‘mild increase’ in risk over next 12 months

By Evgueni Ivantsov
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The US and UK have revealed some interesting differences in risk sentiment, with the stress of punitive regulations weighing more heavily on US chief risk officers’ minds, according to the European Risk Management Council’s Risk Sentiment Index. 

Comparisons on both sides of the Atlantic are now possible after ...

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