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GRI celebrates World Health Day

Today GRI celebrates World Health Day. We cannot have a healthy economy without healthy people.  Your health and the health of our economy are important to us at GRI. #worldhealthday #worldhealthday2021 #yourhealthmatters #bekindtoyourself #riskmanagement

GRI Celebrates International Women’s Day

Today as we celebrate International Women’s Day, I want to take a moment to recognize the many accomplished women I work with on our staff, our Board and across academia, government and business.  It is a privilege to work with you on issues that matter to our country. I also want to take a moment… View Article

Net Zero, Now What?

Toronto, February 11, 2021 – As part of its 2021 Outlook for Sustainable Finance and Climate Risk, the Global Risk Institute in Financial Services (GRI) sees 2021 as the time to establish concrete plans for the ambitious carbon emissions reduction goals set in 2020 by all major economies and some leading financial firms.

A Message from Sonia Baxendale, President & CEO, Global Risk Institute

Watching Amanda Gorman bravely take the stage today at the Presidential Inauguration, is a moment many of us will long remember. Under a clear blue sky, where just two weeks ago we watched violence and destruction reign, this young woman recited her magnificent poem “The Hill We Climb”.

2020 Q4 Credit Outlook Survey-IACPM News Release

New York, NY – Members of the International Association of Credit Portfolio Managers say waves of government stimulus have bailed out companies hard hit by the pandemic and stabilized their corporate loan portfolios. At the same time, though, members are concerned about the long-term impact of so much stimulus as the mammoth amount of liquidity could ignite inflation and lead to higher interest rates.