The Risk Management Awards 2021: Open for entries

The 12th annual Risk Management Awards are open for entries. The awards are free to enter and, with 21 categories to choose from this year, represent a number of opportunities for entrants to showcase their best people, products and projects.

The Risk Management Awards represent the pinnacle of achievement in risk management, and this year we have introduced a new category recognising the Risk Management App of the Year.

Submit your entry by 9th July 2021 for your chance to be a part of the most exciting event in the risk management calendar.

All our teams are currently working remotely, so please contact us by email in the first instance with any queries you may have relating to entries, the event itself and the judging process.

Enquiries relating to entries:

Olivia Richardson

Luke Verrier

General event enquiries and table bookings: Jessica Warner

Enquiries relating to the judging process: Deborah Ritchie

For sponsorship and advertising opportunities, please contact: Steve Turner




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