Risk Management Awards 2021 winners revealed!

The winners of the 2021 Risk Management Awards were revealed at last night's gala dinner and ceremony.

Hosted by The Chase's Paul Sinha, and attended by 300 guests, the Awards took place at the London Marriott Hotel in Grosvenor Square.

Congratulations to everyone shortlisted, and especially to...

Risk Management Programme of the Year - sponsored by Riskonnect
WINNER: Edison Motor and the South-East and Eastern Region Police Insurance Consortium

Major Capital Projects Award
WINNER: The Transpennine Route Upgrade, Network Rail

Public Sector Risk Management Award
WINNER: AECOM & West Midlands Combined Authority

Risk Management Product of the Year - Micro/Small

Risk Management Product of the Year - Medium/Large
WINNER: Peregrine Risk Management

Risk Management Specialist Company of the Year - Micro/Small
WINNER: Edtesa

Risk Management Specialist Company of the Year - Medium/Large

Political Risk Award
WINNER: PCS, a Verisk business

Cyber Security Product of the Year
WINNER: CyberCube

Best Use of Technology in Risk Management
WINNER: Riskonnect & National Treasury Management Agency

Risk Management Innovation of the Year
WINNER: The Securitas Intelligence Unit, Securitas
Highly commended: Tata Consultancy Services

ESG Award
WINNER: Argo Group International Holdings

Diversity Award

International Risk Management Award
WINNER: Pesquera Diamante S.A.

Public Safety Award
WINNER: eDriving

Newcomer of the Year
WINNER: Rebecca Campbell, Scottish Water

Risk Management Champion Award
WINNER: Tom Johansmeyer, PCS, a Verisk business

Risk Management Team of the Year
WINNER: Scottish Water

Risk Manager of the Year - sponsored by Fusion Risk Management
WINNER: Charlotte Candy, AECOM

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