Global Risk Landscape 2017
12 May 2017
Original content provided by BDO Australia
The Global Risk Landscape 2017 report has gathered insights from more than 500 c-suite and senior level experts across 55 countries on their perception of risk.
While the Asia Pacific identified cyber risk the key threat in the region that could catch businesses unawares, globally the top three risks identified were: regulatory risk, economic slowdown/slow recovery, and increasing competition.
Overall the survey results highlight a growing recognition that responsibility for risk management ultimately comes from the top, with increasing evidence of regional similarities in a globalised and interconnected world.
Download the Global Risk Landscape 2017 report to read our analysis of the research and articles that highlight areas of increased concern, including disruptive technologies, governance, and reputational risks.
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