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Episode 74: Dominic Bowen on the conflict in Ukraine

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Episode 73: JP Richardson on the potential of cryptocurrency

In this episode, we talk to JP Richardson, founder and CEO of the crypto wallet company, Exodus. JP discusses some of the main risks and fears associated with cryptocurrency and explains what needs to be done for cryptocurrency to reach mainstream potential. Only then, can the benefits of cryptocurrency like decentralization and independence be reaped […]

Episode 72 : Jaroslava Barbieri on the Ukraine-Russia Conflict

In this episode of The International Risk Podcast, we speak to Jaroslava Barbieri, a doctoral researcher looking at Russia’s involvement in post-Soviet de factor states and related challenges to conflict resolution. She is currently a researcher at the Arena Programme at John Hopkins University and her research interests lie in the EU’s foreign and neighborhood […]

Episode 71: With Sergio Caredda discussing the role of HR in the Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Sergio Caredda, an HR Professional that believes in the human side of HR. Sergio Caredda currently works for OVS SpA as Chief People Officer and has substantial experience in HR across multiple functions, both in business and in consulting. He recently launched a page to collaboratively collect resources that, from an HR perspective, can support […]

Episode 61: with Brian O’Donoghue discussing financial risks, governance and corporate compliance

Brian O’ Donoghue is based in Cork in Ireland and has over 20 years of experience in the financial services sector, more recently in the Risk, Compliance, Regulatory area and has also been an auditor, accountant, banker, and commercial property lender. He has worked for the Irish Government, as well as companies including PwC, Powertel, […]

Episode 60: with Roberto Kraenkel discussing Jair Bolsonaro’s take on COVID-19, epidemiology, and life after the pandemic

Roberto Kraenkel holds a PhD degree in Physics and is a full-time professor at the São Paulo State University in Brazil. His research focuses on mathematical modelling in Ecology and Epidemiology. He has published over 100 articles over the last thirty years. During the Covid-19 pandemic, he has played a pivotal role in establishing one […]

Episode 59: with Chito Arceo discussing climate change, risks related to activism and COP26

Chito is an 18-year old climate activist from the Philippines. He is currently taking up a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology at the University of the Philippines-Diliman. He is also the North-Central Luzon Regional Coordinator of Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines (YACAP) and the President of the Abacan River and Angeles Watershed Youth Council […]

Episode 58: with Dominic Bowen discussing Ukraine, Russia, and adapting business operations in the midst of a potential invasion

As the risk of a Russian invasion of Ukraine become increasingly more likely, the host of the International Risk Podcast, Dominic Bowen, discusses how businesses should be preparing and adapting to this complex environment riddled with uncertainty. Dominic is an experienced leader and risk professional. From tackling whether Russia is using energy as a geopolitical […]

Episode 57: with Remy Haggard discussing drones, their unforeseen risks and how they can help us

Remy Haggard is an independent risk consultant who provides multinational companies and risk management agencies with analysis on political risk, travel security and reputational risk. He advises clients on how they can minimise the exposure of their people and assets to different kinds of risks and build organisational resilience in complex operating environments across the […]

Episode 56: with Taras Kuzio discussing the risk of Russo-Ukrainian geopolitical tensions, diplomatic misunderstandings, and Nord Stream 2

Russo-Ukrainian geopolitical tensions have been monopolizing news headlines as reports point to an imminent invasion reminiscent of the 2014 occupation of Crimea. However, there’s a lot more than what originally meets the eye, in terms of the economic, risk, ideological and diplomatic implications of recent developments. To untangle the complexities of the situation, we are […]