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IRM Releases Global Student Rankings for the International Certificates in Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), and Financial Services Risk Management

IRM is the leading professional body for ERM and has recently released the results of the global December 2022 International Certificate in ERM, and International Certificate in Financial Services Risk Management student examinations. With the new ERM Certificate it will be a mixture of exams and assessments going forwards).
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Risk in Focus: Laster Jauod, IRMCert, Assistant Risk Manager, Gulf Warehousing Company, Qatar

The IRM asks its members what working in risk is really like and what hints and tips they would share with people looking to move into the industry.
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Join the IRM team: Chief Examiner and Assessor

The Chief Examiner and Assessor will be responsible to the IRM for maintaining standards across different course assessment specifications year on year. S/he will also ensure that all assessments are valid, reliable, comparable and meets the requirements of the specification.
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Editor's picks: Enterprise Risk Magazine


Remote working helps engage staff

Remote working helps engage staff in their tasks as a new study on meeting shows, according to the Harvard Business Review.

Managers have consistently worried that remote working is not a true replacement for in-office work. Despite the success many organisations made of homeworking during the pandemic, several businesses are desperate for staff to return on site.

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EU strengthens regulation targeting deforestation

The European Union has agreed to strengthen regulation targeting products that contribute to deforestation.

New regulation aims to set strong, mandatory due diligence rules for companies importing to or exporting from Europe. Businesses will need to prove that their products do not contain materials produced deforested land.

Commodities affected include cattle, poultry, cocoa, coffee, palm oil, soy and maize among others.

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