Pacific Place in Admiralty, Hong Kong, remained closed after the anti-extradition bill protests as the area slowly returned to normal. Photo: May Tse Pacific Place in Admiralty, Hong Kong, remained closed after the anti-extradition bill protests as the area slowly returned to normal. Photo: May Tse
Pacific Place in Admiralty, Hong Kong, remained closed after the anti-extradition bill protests as the area slowly returned to normal. Photo: May Tse
Edward Farrelly
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Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Edward Farrelly

Navigating the evolving risks in the real estate and hospitality industries

  • Insurance must be viewed within the wider context of enterprise risk management, encompassing risk mitigation measures that reduce the threat to people and property, says Edward Farrelly of Marsh

Pacific Place in Admiralty, Hong Kong, remained closed after the anti-extradition bill protests as the area slowly returned to normal. Photo: May Tse Pacific Place in Admiralty, Hong Kong, remained closed after the anti-extradition bill protests as the area slowly returned to normal. Photo: May Tse
Pacific Place in Admiralty, Hong Kong, remained closed after the anti-extradition bill protests as the area slowly returned to normal. Photo: May Tse
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Edward Farrelly

Edward Farrelly

Edward Farrelly is senior vice president, real estate industry Asia at Marsh