This Is No Black Swan: Why We Must Address COVID-19 as the Geopolitical Risk It Is


Risk & Insurance - Dec 04, 2020

In the world of risk management, we are often like the captain of the Titanic trying to spot menacing icebergs even as we move forward, full speed ahead. COVID-19 was an iceberg. The visible portion appeared to be a minor risk. Hidden below the surface lay an ominous catastrophe in the making. Thi...

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