Risky Business: Managing risks before disaster strikes
• Posted May, 2013
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Whether it's a drought, an earthquake or a storm the size of Hurricane Sandy, natural disasters expose businesses to losses that can persist long after the event has passed. A strong risk management strategy can help prevent damage, control costs and in some cases, even create new value.
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