PARIMA is the Pan-Asia Risk and Insurance Management Association. It is a not for profit professional association dedicated to develop risk management as a profession and provide a platform for Risk & Insurance managers to connect. We aim to strengthen and enhance the culture of risk management by creating opportunities for education and dialogue within the community. Join us to get access to risk management tools and receive exclusive invitations to major regional events, workshops and educational seminars.
Organisations are already itching for travel de-escalation measures even though most countries are still ramping up their COVID-19 response. Join our medical and security experts as they discuss how to prioritise the evolving medical and security risks so you can keep the highest level of business continuity possible without taking on unnecessary risks.
In the face of indefinite isolation, contagion, financial uncertainty, and with no return to normality in sight, COVID-19 is taking its toll on our collective mental health. In these unprecedented times, what actions should organisations take to ensure mental resilience of yourself and employees?
Join us for a webinar where experts will provide insight into how organisations are reacting and preparing to deal with this unprecedented emergency along with a deep dive into best practice for looking after your mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hear our top tips and practical ideas to help you and your teams stay positive during this time of panic.
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WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT US
Risk and insurance has some way to go here in China but actually Parima is the way to go. We needed a platform for the sharing of knowledge and experiences. That’s why I joined Parima and the risk managers here are very eager to learn.
Keith Xia Head of Risk Management, Greater China, IHG
I believe in PARIMA’s mission…Risk management is a new field and we need all the help that we can to increase awareness and to promote the profession…It will really help if we can raise the competency of risk management in the region. But we cannot do this alone, it is about collaboration – with our peers, with our customers, with our insurers and with our regulators.
Victoria TanHead, Group Risk Management Unit, Ayala Corporation
Many organisations don’t have CROs or believe that they need one. There also seems to still be a blurred line between risk and audit, which ideally should have separate reporting lines and committees…Organisations like Parima are setting the path for solving this ‘identity crisis’.