The National Audit Office wants government departments to take risks and accept that sometimes things will go wrong, assistant auditor general, Jeremy Colman told the Institute of Risk Management (IRM) at its annual Forum. "We support well thought out risk taking and innovation, and for that to have any meaning, it must apply to cases where things have subsequently gone wrong," said Mr Colman.
- Towergate owner issues £800m debt offer
- Gallagher versus Portsoken court case settled
- Aviva stakes claim to industry first with BI calculator and enhanced cover combination
- Opinion: Tim Holliday on the effects of the Ogden rate change
- Sabre tipped for £600m stock market float
- SSP outage highlights importance of business continuity planning
- SSP passes Biba's software assessment