Perhaps reinsurers should gather for talks, not in Monte Carlo and Baden-Baden, but in one of the vulnerable countries that suffer the most from floods, droughts and storms, despite contributing the least to climate change
German reinsurance giant is looking to woo marine insurers after the market reacted negatively to its Russia-Ukraine-Belarus war exclusion
As reinsurers enjoy the best market conditions in a decade, there is talk that fear is beginning to turn to greed and that capital may start returning to the sector. The end of the hard market may be closer than many expect
Flood risk can be reduced or even prevented through the implementation of risk management strategies
The legacy market could enjoy its most important role yet, as an engine to push re/insurers to net zero
Planning for net zero requires a fresh approach to risk analysis
Insurers must make sure the foundations of their emissions reduction goals are watertight
World Economic Forum highlights the interconnectedness of shocks and threats, which insurers are well-placed to see
The island is seeking to enhance its position as the world’s risk capital to become the centre of climate risk finance
Some recent data points and commentary suggest insured losses from the devastating storm may not be as high as some fear
If the insurance industry is serious about gender equality it needs to recognise men and women should share equal responsibility at home and at work
The global reinsurance sector could be turning a corner, with pricing improvements persisting for most lines and property catastrophe experiencing a hard market. But climate change, soaring inflation, investment market volatility and the Ukraine war pose challenges
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