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Testimonials

Hear what risk professionals have to say about the way our work has helped to empower businesses and organisations around the world.

Aberdeen Standard Investments

“As Private Markets become an increasingly material part of client portfolios, portfolio construction and risk management must be at the centre of the investment process. Given the complex impact of Covid-19, a deeper understanding of portfolio risk is more important than ever. We are very excited about building on our framework with the team at Cambridge and sharing the insights it generates with our clients.”

Lockheed Martin

“The Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies publication, The Sybil Logic Bomb Cyber Catastrophe, was one of the first to set out the potential for systemic impacts from a cyber-security incident and established the concept of systemically important technology enterprises (SITEs). This research provided critical insights into the relationship between connectivity and cyber-security events. It also complemented customer relationship efforts and risk evaluation practices with suppliers.”

BP

“The Centre’s suite of scenarios is both comprehensive and functional for those in corporate risk management and strategic planning. These scenarios and the breadth of universe of threats were insightful to shaping our forward strategy, risk outlook and economic evaluation of future risk combinations.”

Tesco

“We were better prepared for COVID-19 partly as a result of working with you guys”

Lloyds

“CCRS has distinguished itself in its originality of research and its effectiveness in engaging with the insurance community. The exploration of systemic and emerging risks through developing and publishing scenarios has been highly influential in the insurance industry, is which increasingly dealing with new risks and business model challenges.”