Gallagher’s Neil Hodgson on supply chain risks

Neil Hodgson, managing director of risk management at Gallagher

Neil Hodgson, managing director of risk management at Gallagher, outlines the important role the insurance sector can play in helping businesses manage supply chain risks.

One of the latest risks facing UK businesses are issues in the supply chain.

As we’ve seen from the headlines, there is much debate as to why these problems have arisen. A number of short-term

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