London Hall (Mangilik El 55/17, block C3.2)


Disruptive Risks and Resilience

Jurisdiction & Regulation


Boards often mistakenly confuse luck with resilience. Luck, such as oil price recovery, can allow a company to bounce back, until a new price collapse comes along, for instance. Resilience is the capacity to recover quickly from an external shock – such as a financial crisis, a pandemic, a major cyber-attack, or global climate change disruption – because of the company’s ability to manage virtually anything through the way it operates. During this panel we will discuss the types and nature of disruptive risks and how to respond to them to build a resilient organisation.