Reputational Risk

Date: 02 July 2015, Thursday 

Location: The Willis Building, 51 Lime Street, London EC3M 7DQ

About the day

BP. Tesco. The Co-op. All once had strong reputations; all now face an uphill struggle to rebuild them. Today, reputation has become the most valuable, and most vulnerable, asset an organisation has. Tackling reputation risk is now a permanent priority:

  • 88% of executives say they are “explicitly focusing on reputation risk as a key business challenge” 

  • Reputational risk appears in AIRMIC’s top 3 risks for the last 5 years 

  • Between 25% and 30%% of market capitalisation can be attributed to reputation.  


This free morning seminar, held in conjunction with Willis, gives you the latest thinking from practitioners, legal experts and consultants who deploy “big data” techniques to bring the science to the subject. Confirmed speakers include Jill Pearcy, Head of Corporate Communications at Hs2 and Tim Holt, Special Contingency Risks. Chaired by the IRM’s CEO, Ian Livsey, it’s the ideal opportunity to debate and understand the expert perspective.

This session is only available to IRM members and invited guests. It is offered on a first come, first served basis.



Presentations from the conference

How to use reputation to manage risk - Jill Pearcy

Reputation in a Crisis - Luke Tolaini

Reputation metrics and risk mitigation - Alberto Lopez

Reputation risk quantification - Peter Mitic

Reputational Risk in Complex Security Environments - Tim Holt