Fusion forms risk management alliance with PwC

Fusion Risk Management has today announced a multi-region alliance with PwC to support clients in achieving their organisational resilience objectives.

The alliance brings together PwC’s proprietary methodologies and Fusion’s data analytics and automation to helps businesses identify and solve problems across people, processes, technology, data and supply chains.

“As the risk landscape continues to evolve, businesses realise that they must have an agile and flexible operational resilience framework to navigate through times of disruption and drive sustainable growth,” said Michael Campbell, CEO of Fusion Risk Management. “Static plans are insufficient and cannot deliver the actionable insights these businesses require. They must have the insights to develop dynamic plans to address the risks and disruptions that have become the new business as usual as well as make informed risk management decisions. By working with PwC, we can help our clients become more risk aware and resilient as well as provide them with the comprehensive tools they need to solve problems across critical business functions.”

    Share Story:


Cyber risk in the transportation industry
The connected nature of the transport and logistics industries makes them an attractive target for hackers, with potentially disruptive and costly consequences. Between June 2020 and June 2021, the transportation industry saw an 186% increase in weekly ransomware attacks. At the same time, regulations and cyber security standards are lacking – creating weak postures across the board. This podcast explores the key risks. Published April 2022.

Political risk: A fresh perspective
CIR’s editor, Deborah Ritchie speaks with head of PCS at Verisk, Tom Johansmeyer about the confluence of political, nat cat and pandemic risks in a world that is becoming an increasingly risky place in which to do business. Published February 2022.