Davos 2016

  • The relationship between excess sugar consumption and the global challenge of obesity and diabetes is well understood. But the problem is not being effectively tackled. We need a concerted drive by all the players; and as the recent Public Health England research shows, we need it now.

    Panelist Dr. Charles Alessi
    Senior Advisor Public Health England


    Davos 2016 Gallery


Modular Financial Services

Financial Services Managing Partner Ted Moynihan interviewed live on CNBC at the World Economic Forum

Davos 2016 - OliverWyman_ModularFS_final.pdf

We believe financial services are becoming “modular”, with digital distribution platforms, new product providers, alternative sources of capital and a growth in outsourcing fundamentally reshaping the industry.

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We have identified $1 trillion of revenues and costs that might be up for grabs.

Chris Allchin and Matt Austen

Oliver Wyman

Global Risks Report 2016


John Drzik, President of Global Risk and Specialties at Marsh and Chairman at Marsh &McLennan Companies Global Risk Center discusses the 11th edition of the Global Risks Report

The Global Risks Report 2016, 11th Edition is published by the World Economic Forum within the framework of The Global Competitiveness and Risks Team. It draws attention to ways that global risks could evolve and interact in the next decade. The year 2016 marks a forceful departure from past findings, as the risks about which the Report has been warning over the past decade are starting to manifest themselves in new, sometimes unexpected ways and harm people, institutions and economies.

Sugar, Obesity and Diabetes
– The Other Global Food Crisis

A breakfast discussion as part of Oliver Wyman’s participation in the World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland, Wednesday, 20 January 2016

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January 20


  • 7:00 - Mercer Breakfast: 'When Women Thrive Findings and Conversation with World Leaders'

    Leading the Charge Together.

    Will feature a preview of the Global Report, panel discussion, and call-to-action to participate in the When Women Thrive Challenge (share an innovation or success related to women). Possible press webinar to follow


    Julio A. Portalatin, CEO,
    Pat Milligan, Global Leader, When Women Thrive & Multi-National Client Group


    Morosani Schweizerhof Hotel


    Arne Sorenson, CEO, Marriott;
    Chuck Robbins, CEO, Cisco;
    Devin Wenig, CEO, eBay;
    Hanzade Dogan Boyner, Dogan Holdings;
    Jürg Zeltner, CEO, UBS Wealth Management Call to Action - When Women Thrive Challenge:
    Robert Smith, CEO, Vista Equity Partners;
    John Winters, CEO, Barclays Investment Bank

  • 7:00 - Oliver Wyman Breakfast: Health & Life Sciences. Sugar, Obesity, and Diabetes - the Other Food Crisis

    Sugar, Obesity, and Diabetes – the Other Food Crisis.

    How do the food industry, healthcare companies and government jointly tackle the looming global economic disaster of obesity. Will replicate successful panel presentation drawing on senior Davos attendees from these industries.


    Andrew Chadwick – Jones, Oliver Wyman;
    Crispin Ellison, Oliver Wyman


    Posthotel, Davoserstube Room


    Dr. Charles Alessi, Public Health England, Marriott;
    Suresh Kumar, Sanofi

  • 7:30 - Marsh Breakfast: 'Cyber Security'

    Cyber Resiliency in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

    Presentation of Marsh Cyber Resiliency Report Findings


    Kevin Mandia, President, FireEye;
    Mike Nefkens, Executive Vice President & General Manager HP Enterprise Services at Hewlett Packard Enterprise;
    Peter Beshar, MMC


    Morosani Schweizerhof Hotel


January 21


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