Global Risk Regulator has moved to a new website based on subscriber login. The website contains all the articles from our email news service since Global Risk Regulator was first published in 2003.

Please visit our FAQs page for help with common questions. Alternatively, you can contact us directly email or call us on +44 (0)20 7873 4240.


How do I change my password?

When you are logged in ​to your account​ you can change your password at any time in the ‘My Account’ section.


I have forgotten my password, can I request a reminder?

If you have forgotten your password and cannot log in, you can go to the ​'​Forgot Password​' option under the ​'My Account' menu and a new password will be sent to your registered email address when you have entered your username. If you still have any issues logging in, please send an email to


How do I view​ free​ ​Global Risk Regulator content ?

You can access a free digital sample by completing the sample issue​ request form​.


​​What if I want to view more content on the site?

You can purchase an annual subscription to Global Risk Regulator for £695, €840 or US$1125 (VAT will be charged where applicable). Please visit the Subscribe page for more details.


I am a current paid subscriber to Global Risk Regulator - are my details already registered for the new online service?

Your details have been transferred and we are in the process of contacting our subscribers and ​trialists to advise ​of the new login process, and provide details of the new service. If you have not been contacted please contact us at


​​How do I change the address details of my Global Risk Regulator magazine subscription? 

Email with the necessary changes. Our systems will be updated accordingly so you continue to receive Global Risk Regulator magazine.

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