“From Reputational Crisis to Reputational Diligence and Opportunity”
From high profile product recalls, consumer and employee fatalities, environmental disasters, corporate restructuring, political associations, libel and major litigation among others, reputational risk is one of today's most significant and least understood risk exposures. The impact of social media and a much increased litigious cultural environment has left most corporations dangerously exposed.
The evidence shows that it is not the event itself, but how a company responds to it, that is crucial in the management of this risk.
Companies that handle unforeseen events well can actually profit from the exercise but companies that handle crises badly can lose significant value and, in the worst cases become insolvent
With the use of real-life case studies, the Panel will explore the differing sources of reputational risk and the principal steps that organisations can take to protect and mitigate against the spectrum of incessantly evolving reputational risk exposures.
- Tom Cohen, Head of Group Risk Management, Swire Group
- Sam Turvey, Managing Director for Hong Kong, Bell Pottinger
- Richard Green, Managing Director for Singapore, Marsh
- Jack Jenner, Head of Market Management for Hong Kong & Greater China, Allianz