HRMCAR › Erwann Michel-Kerjan
“The once called low probability-high consequence catastrophes and crises have unfolded one after another world wide since 2001. A new Risk Architecture is urgently needed; nothing less. In this new era, the OECD is ideally placed to provide leadership thinking and advise top decision makers from the public and private sectors on how to move from words to actions.”
Managing Director, Wharton Risk Management and Decision Process Center (USA); Chair, OECD High Level Advisory Board on Financial Management of Large-Scale Catastrophes; Young Global Leader, World Economic Forum, Davos (Switzerland).