RGL Blog: RGL Blog
Read topical comments on the world of financial forensics by key members of the RGL team and let us know your views.
09 Feb 2018
Stop It & Tidy Up!
As we reach the end of January (and for those of us who have done Dry January look forward to a celebratory glass of wine), we start to properly look...
03 Nov 2017
Newsflash – Cyber Security Specialists Out of Touch With Reality of Modern Business
The UK’s National Audit Office (NAO) has just published its findings following its investigation into the WannaCry cyber attack that significantly disrupted the National Health Service (NHS) in May this year.
18 Oct 2017
Notes From a Few Islands
Ben Hobby and Thomas Sanderson share their thoughts having just returned from working in the Caribbean.
17 Oct 2017
What Insurance Do Athletes Use? – Part 1
What can you insure? Celebrities insure body parts against injury, for instance, models might insure legs, singers insure vocal chords or surgeons insure their hands.
19 Sep 2017
Asking The Right Questions
September has arrived and summer is over. Here in the UK, the children have gone back to school and many of those who graduated from universities will be making their...
14 Sep 2017
The ART of Cyber Insurance
Cyber insurance policies have historically focussed on the costs of restoration (of both systems and data) and PR costs (to protect reputational harm).
29 Aug 2017
The Migration of Stock
Those who frequented the Lloyd’s Coffee House would be astounded to see what marine insurance has turned into.
24 Aug 2017
Stepping Behind Headline Statistics
“Four in ten middle-aged adults are failing to manage even one 10-minute brisk walk a month”
15 Aug 2017
There are times when you have complete and blind trust in something. That childhood memory of a parent holding your hand a little tighter at the crosswalk and telling you...
06 Aug 2017
Using a Sledgehammer to Crack a Nut
If the business world was previously unaware of the various interdependencies within a global supply chain and their total reliance on computers, then it should be now.