Economy 4.0: Risk Evolution and Revolution in the Age of Disruption
Risk Considerations for a New Era in Communications, Media, and Technology
Marsh’s latest report, Economy 4.0: Risk Considerations for a New Era in Communications, Media and Technology, discusses the risks and opportunities for communications, media, and technology (CMT) companies amid the emergence of “Economy 4.0” — as the sharing, on-demand, or digital economy is sometimes known.
The changing workplace and new emerging business models have been described in many different ways; however, no definition encompasses all aspects.
Business models are disrupting traditional concepts of service delivery, content production, and manufacturing. Marsh is seeing the shift towards the virtual, the online and the intangible facilitating an ever easier flow of goods, people, capital, services and ideas. This shift has transformed the risk landscape for many organisations and has prompted boards and risk professionals to consider how they must face the challenges presented as traditional risk analysis and assumptions lose relevance to today’s organisations.
other news from fig
Recognition for Larking Gowen in Rural Business Awards
August 9, 2018
East Anglian accountants and business advisors, Larking Gowen, has been shortlisted in the Best Rural Professional Services category of the Rural Business Awards for the eastern region.
Larking Gowen ranks joint first in Mergers & Acquisitions league table for the Eastern Region
July 20, 2018
Published on 19 July, the Experian Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) report for the first 6 months of 2018 ranked Larking Gowen’s Corporate Transactions team joint first in the region, with the firm advising on ten deals for the East of England and a further 2 deals nationally.
The number working in finance and related professional services in the region soars by 7.1% in a year.
July 9, 2018
The number of people working in finance and related professional services has grown faster in the East of England than in London over the past year, according to a study by The CityUK.