In the latest edition of GrECo’s Food & Agri client magazine, FOODprint, we place our focus on a key challenge faced by this industry: the impacts of climate change.
Agriculture serves as a crucial foundation for the food supply chain in every society, playing a pivotal role in the subsequent processing and distribution of food.
In the latest edition of GrECo’s Food & Agri client magazine, FOODprint, we place our focus on a key challenge faced by this industry: the impacts of climate change. We delve into the forthcoming EU regulations, explore
advancements in the insurance sector, and observe alternative risk and insurance solutions.
Efficiency and effectiveness are paramount in ensuring the success of this industry. While digitalization offers numerous advantages, it is imperative to address the potential cyber exposures that arise from relying on this technology. Additionally, the risks of employee misconduct and third-party criminal activities can significantly impact the financial stability of any Food & Agriculture enterprise.
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In our recent webinar “Climate Risks in Food & Agriculture: Compliance With New European Regulations, Risk Assessment, Mitigation and Alternative Risk Transfer” we shared information about the new EU regulations and requirements in the area.
Zsolt Varga, Hungarian Practice Leader for Food & Agri caught up with Péter Bross, President of OMME, to discuss their latest policy and why it is unique to them.