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The Implications of COVID-19 on the Insurance Industry in Africa

  As the insurance industry increasingly comes under pressure, experts have joined the call to enumerate the various opportunities COVID-19 presents despite high expectations of household disasters and consequential claims.   Conrad Clark Nigeria Limited, the foremost risk management, and business advisory consulting firm in Nigeria connects stakeholders in the insurance industry on Thursday, April

COVID-19 FIGHTING PANDEMIC IS EVERYBODY’S JOB – OGA RISK AND HEALTH EXPERTS

Winning the war against a pandemic is not a responsibility of medical pundits alone, but a joint responsibility to manage the resultant crisis and prepare for subsequent eventualities.   Nigeria's leading Risk and Strategic Management firm, Conrad Clark, on Friday, March 27, 2020, converged stakeholders and experts in risk management and health sector to fashion

Coronavirus-Preventing its spread in Nigeria

"PREVENTION is better than cure" ‘Coronaviruses (CoV) are a large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)…’World Health Organization Like Ebola… The deadly Ebola virus found its way onto Nigerian soil on by airplane

Risk Management & Nation Building: The Role of Women

“A bird cannot fly with one wing only. Human space flight cannot develop any further without the active participation of women” Valentina Tereshkova. Women represent an essential force in the quest for national development of any nation. In the developed nations, women have been able to portray this important role. It is evident that the

Education Risk and Governance Summit

As you are aware, child safeguarding and quality education in Nigeria has become one of the major area that millions of ordinary people are longing for. How can this challenges be tackled? You are invited to Education Risk and Governance Summit. Our objectives with the 2018 Education Risk and Governance Summit (ERGS) are to address

CHILD SAFEGUARDING: Whose responsibility?

Children safeguarding is everyone responsibility either at home or during activities such as holiday camping, school trips, and places like hospitals, mosques, churches, orphanages, leisure centers, cinemas, eateries, in our friends’ homes, at weddings, naming ceremonies, funerals, parties, at all our gatherings and on the street etc. it is therefore everyone’s responsibility to safeguard a

Corporate Behaviours vs. Staff Well-being (Who cares?)

Do you know how safe your work place is?  Do your work activities cause harm or ill-health to your workers?  Is safety and health being managed well enough in your business to give you confidence that workers won’t suffer injury or ill-health as a result of an accident?  As a manager do you know what

Managing Cyber – risk

Cybercrime is a rapidly growing threat to the global economy. But it is not well-defined, and it is often confused with cyber-warfare or cyber-terrorism. Risk professionals need to understand cybercrime and its links to risk management, as we can provide valuable assistance in countering this significant threat to business and society. Some risk professionals think

Poor Transparency and Accountability Affecting Nigerian Health Sector 2017 Clinical Risk & Governance Summit, Lagos

The third (3rd) edition of the Clinical Risk & Governance summit 2017 ,  hosted by Conrad Clark Nigeria was held at the prestigious Landmark Towers in Victoria Island Lagos, tagged “Clinical Emergencies in Nigeria “.

Seven Questions and Risk Process

Anyone facing a risky and important decision or project will need to answer seven basic questions. In fact we could shape the risk management process around asking and answering them.