By Russell Group Limited

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The rise of Connected Risk, reflected in multi-class events such as Harvey and WannaCry, is poised to shake up-regulation in an unprecedented manner.

Regulation is moving away from “old-world regulation” focusing on the when and what of a risk, towards a “new-world regulation”, analysing whether a risk contains the ‘risk drivers’ (natural perils, political violence, trade credit, supply chain and cyber) that will combine to create financial, operational and reputational loss.

Yet, there is a change coming. Transport for London's decision to revoke Uber's London licence is a glimpse of the more muscular approach, that regulators need to adopt in the connected world.

If you are interested in learning more about Connected Risk or would like to discuss Connected Risk in more detail with Russell Group CEO, Suki Basi, then please contact or visit

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