The design, look and feel of the quarterly magazine have been transformed by the CPL team to give it a modern, lively feel that complements the quality of the content and reflects the Institute's growing global influence.
The cover feature for the spring issue focuses on ‘Risk in 2020', while other subjects covered include an examination of the lessons to be learnt from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, a perspective on the developing risk management culture in Saudi Arabia and a pictoral review of the IRM's inaugural Global Risk Awards.
The IRM's deputy chief executive Sophie Williams welcomed the new-look magazine. ‘There has been a reshuffle, a redesign and a reconsideration of what RMProfessional should offer readers,' she said. ‘The new look and feel is the first step on the road to ensuring that it truly reflects contemporary risk professionals and members of IRM. The CPL team have done a great job in transforming the design of the magazine; we're looking forward to the reader feedback.'
Cambridge-based CPL is also carrying out media sales for RMProfessional and has developed the magazine's new website.
Mike Sewell, managing director at CPL, said: ‘The IRM is a great name to add to our growing client list. We are offering the Institute content, communications and commercial support across a number of areas it's exciting to see "our" first issue of RMProfessional being published.'