A GOOD RISK REGISTER NEEDS NUMBERS! Megrow podcast, episode 21 Quantifying risks, i.e. making a tangible, quantified statement about the expected severity and likelihood is difficult. I raved about the topic previously. Organisations often resort to a combination of the following approaches: qualitative statements, such as “severe” or “negligible” or “possible” risk matrixes plotting each… Continue reading quant rules qual
Dennis Bessant nominated to FELLOW of the SFPE July 2021 The Society of Fire Protection Engineers elevates Dr Dennis Bessant, Senior Advisor to Megrow, to “Fellow”. Less than 10% of SFPE‘s members ever achieve this special status! Read the full release here. On behalf of Megrow Pte Ltd, I’d like to congratulate Dennis to this… Continue reading Dennis Bessant is SFPE Fellow!
how good ERM enables your ERM strategy I pick up the proverbial trail from our April blogpost trying to make a connection between ESG and ERM. Specifically, I outline a set-up in which ERM enables ESG. WHAT IS ESG? ESG finally is getting the attention the topic deserves. The concept was developed a few decades… Continue reading erm enables esg
Good ERM is loss control & a strategic enabler Thank you for reading this most recent post in our “ERM in 3 Minutes Knowledge Series” (previous posts here). In this blog, I reemphasize that a solid and well-run ERM framework must cover the downside and the upside aspects of uncertainty. Megrow’s clients, readers of this… Continue reading loss control & strategic enabler
INTRO I have been more active on LinkedIn in 2020 than ever before (does that surprise anyone?). Hence, my Social Selling Index (“SSI”) on the platform must have sky-rocketed! Full of confidence I checked the numbers late 2020 and was quite surprised (or not, actually) with the results. A few years back, a fellow alumna from… Continue reading LinkedIn Social Selling Index
Megrow is 5! Proud to share that Megrow just completed five years of successful Interim Management and Risk Consulting. A big thank you to all our clients and partners! It has been a “great five years. Most sincerely, we appreciate that you are and hopefully will be supporting a small, professional and independent business! Noteworthily,… Continue reading Interim Management and Risk Consulting
The Actuary of 2025 Just published the most recent episode of the Megrow podcast. I thoroughly enjoyed the conversation with Andreas Zell, the founder and owner of AKR Zell Consulting in Singapore. Specifically, we spoke about the future of the actuarial profession in Asia and how ILS can help to close the insurance protection gap.… Continue reading ILS & the Future of the Actuary
Risk Appetite in a Nutshell This micro post focuses on “risk appetite” and its relations to risk bearing capacity, capital efficiency and the corresponding safety margins. a glass well used I use a glass to illustrate the total risk bearing capacity of an organization. In a first step, we set the total capacity of this… Continue reading 3 minutes: risk appetite
the intro Thank for reading the (almost) verbatim script of the recently released Megrow Podcast Episode 4. If you prefer listening to it, click on this link or the image just below. Otherwise enjoy the reading. This episode, the forth one I’m releasing in 2019, is a little different from my previous ramblings. My favorite… Continue reading Megrow Podcast Episode 4
Heading Into Year 5 Megrow Consulting has turned four. A big “THANK YOU” to all clients, business partners, advisers, service providers and supporters for another fruitful year! Time really flies. Sometimes it is hard to believe that Megrow now is in its fifth year of operation. I am also quite humbled by the high click-rates… Continue reading Happy Birthday Megrow!