When it comes to the perception of risk, CEOs globally are concerned by the pandemic, followed by cyber security. According to a recent report by PricewaterhouseCoopers, ESG and the Climate Crisis appear to be a lesser concern to executives, where more than half of the CEOs surveyed left out climate risk from their strategic plan.

The threat of the climate emergency has not yet led the majority of corporate leadership teams to evaluate their actions and outcomes with the consideration of climate risk, which begs the question – what other risks are they missing?

In this week’s minicast, Robert Moritz, the Chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers discusses the perceptions of risk in the corporate world at the launch of the company’s recent report.

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