The Institute of Risk Management (IRM) is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its founding by exploring the future direction that the profession of risk management is likely to take.
‘Risk Agenda 2025’ has been launched with a survey into the future of risk management and how IRM members and stakeholders feel the profession will shape up in the future. The project also sees a series of interviews, roadshows and online debates.
To mark the start of the project, IRM has published ‘Perspectives on the Future of Risk’, which presents a series of interviews with industry professionals, who give their views of how risk management will develop.
IRM says that the purpose of the Risk Agenda 2025 initiative is to stimulate debate within the risk community by examining how enterprise risk management might be delivered in 2025 and by then proposing different ways that the risk management profession might prepare itself for the possible future scenarios.