Welcome to Commercial Risk

Who we are

Commercial Risk is owned by Rubicon Media Ltd, a specialist publishing and events company that provides essential information to corporate risk and insurance managers, insurance brokers, MGAs, insurance carriers and the industry’s various service sectors, via our Commercial Risk platform.

Rubicon Media Ltd is a member of Beacon International Group, Ltd, publishers of Business Insurance, Commercial Risk, Asia Insurance Review, Middle East Insurance Review, WorkCompCentral, Insurance Connect and Insurance Advocate.

Our mission statement

We provide the latest risk and insurance market insight, bringing intelligence to decision makers in the international risk and insurance community.

We are dedicated to bringing our readers clear, timely and
to-the-point information on developments that really matter to them. We deliver business-critical news and analysis in the formats most suited to the needs of our audience.

Our brands

Commercial Risk is renowned for producing trusted and independent coverage on all matters related to insurance risk management to our international audiences primarily based in Europe, the US, Asia and Africa.

Commercial Risk Europe (CRE) is considered essential reading with content published in English and local European languages for risk and insurance managers working for large, multinational and upper middle market companies with an interest in Europe, and also their risk transfer partners.

The ESG Risk Review is a new information service covering Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues, aimed primarily at large organisations in Europe. It provides insight and intelligence on sustainability risks, covering regulation, litigation and insurance market news and content.

Global Risk Manager (GRM) is the first truly global multimedia channel dedicated to the information needs of risk and insurance managers working for multinational companies across the globe and their risk transfer partners. 

Our upcoming events

Climate change and the race to net zero, inflation, new and untested building products, geopolitics and supply chain fragilities will continue to provide ever more volatility in the world of construction.

As projects continue to get larger and more complex, the list of challenges facing construction leaders has never been greater and continues to evolve at a rapid pace. Therefore the role of risk management and its ability to monitor, manage and transfer risks into insurance solutions in the construction industry has an increasingly vital role to play.

We invite you to join us in London on 23 & 24 April 2024 to examine these issues in more detail.

Commercial Risk's brand new ESG Insight & Intelligence 2024 Conference will bring together senior risk leaders and their colleagues from sustainability, compliance, finance and governance departments from Europe, as well as insurers, brokers and other service industry firms. This first-of-its-kind full day of debate and analysis will examine the European regulatory demands associated with ESG, and look at the impact on the corporate risk profile, the litigation risk, how these risks can be managed more effectively, and drill down on the increasing demands and disclosures placed upon insurance buyers by insurance carriers.

As well as risk and insurance managers, this conference will also be of value for people with roles in compliance, sustainability, finance, strategic planning, ESG and governance & reporting.

We invite you to join us in London on Wednesday 26 June 2024. 

Whilst the outlook for growth within the Asian construction and infrastructure sector is positive, there are and will continue to be a significant number of existing and new challenges faced by firms and individual directors. A period of intense global geopolitical instability, high inflation, the threat and realisation of recessions, ongoing conflicts, high volatility in the Middle East, supply chain strains, cyber security and the transition to a net-zero environment are just a few examples of some of the challenges faced.

To meet these challenges and risks, construction contractors and project owners are placing an ever greater emphasis on the governance of risk management across their businesses. Budgets are shifting, risk management functions are growing in volume and increased responsibility and strategies are changing.

We invite you to join us in Singapore on Thursday 17 October 2024.

This conference will show risk and insurance managers how to put together a global programme that adds value to their organisation and provides full value for money.

In difficult times, with inflation, war, recession and increasing uncertainty in the world, it is more important than ever for multinationals to be fully prepared for the challenges that face them. And that means having a properly coordinated global programme, with no gaps in cover, certainty over claims payments, and a full understanding of the changing rules, regulations and taxes that impact cross-border coverage.

We will examine all these important issues, with the aim of ensuring that global programmes are providing the maximum value in these challenging times.

We invite you to join us in Singapore on Thursday 28 November 2024.