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How has COVID-19 driven risk managers to think differently about risk itself?

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No one could have foreseen the degree to which COVID-19 would disrupt lives, economies, and markets worldwide—or could we have? And how can risk managers hope to hedge against future black swan events—that is, those highly rare, high-impact, widespread occurrences that shake up global markets and are only obvious in hindsight?

In FactSet’s latest research with Forbes Insights, we investigated how prepared asset managers and owners were for a pandemic on the scale of COVID-19. Together we seek to answer questions like:

  • How agile, creative, and successful were global executives and their firms in crafting their response to a crisis that has disrupted lives, economies, and markets worldwide?
  • What strategies, technology, and tools contributed to positive results—and what hindered performance?
  • How will shifts in risk technology, models, and enterprise solutions contribute to future preparedness? 

To uncover what's been learned from this global pandemic and how risk management strategies and approaches will evolve as a result, download the eBook: How the COVID-19 Pandemic Altered the Future of Risk.