19: On Aon’s 2021 Global Risk Management Survey with Rory Moloney


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The results of Aon’s Global Risk Management Survey showcase the main risks that businesses are facing today. This year’s results highlighted the interconnectivity of risk, and the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had across all threats. With more reliance on technology than ever before, cyber risk reached its highest rank since the inception of the survey, as the #1 concern among risk managers. The findings of this survey not only shed light on the risks that are top of mind, but also how Aon can help clients address and mitigate them. In this episode of “On Aon,” host and Senior Vice President, Health Solutions Joey Raheb welcomes Chief Operating Officer and Head of Strategic Client Advisory for Aon’s Large Account Segment Rory Moloney for a look at the results of the study and the impact it has on Aon.

  • How the Global Risk Management Survey is conducted and what it has helped Aon uncover. [:55]
  • Why is cyber at the top of the survey findings this year? [5:28]
  • The biggest surprises in the results of this year’s survey. [8:25]
  • Key considerations regarding the future of ESG and climate change. [10:23]
  • How does Aon work to support clients with partially insurable or uninsurable risks? [13:05]
  • The ripple effects from the pandemic are clear in the findings of this survey. [17:30]
  • Rory’s favorite (non-pandemic) pastime. [20:18]

Additional Resources:

2021 Global Risk Management Survey

2021 Global Risk Management Survey Press Release

2021 CEO Better Decisions Research

Aon’s website


“This survey has helped shape our Aon United approach to helping clients manage those connected risks.” — Rory Moloney

“What you don’t want to do is wait until you have enough events so that you understand the risk.” — Rory Moloney

“The ripple effect of the pandemic has been both direct and indirect and it’s shaping our concerns of the future.” — Rory Moloney