Above all the noise about climate risk, re/insurers should be a voice of clarity, says Steve Bowen from Gallagher Re
Climate risk impacts the financial strength and creditworthiness of a re/insurer
Axa XL aims to establish a ‘comprehensive baseline’ for nature in its portfolio
Many of the most devastating impacts of climate change, especially for coastal and island nations, will be chronic and slow-onset
Insurance helps societies get back on their feet, but through public-private partnerships, it can prevent them falling over again (and again)
‘Inclusive insurance’ is the term used to describe the industry’s efforts to reach unserved, underserved, vulnerable or low-income populations in emerging markets with appropriate products. Many of these populations are located in areas suffering the worst impacts of climate change
The EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive will introduce a mandatory human rights and environmental framework
Recent years have shown that the ‘unthinkable’ really can happen, says Axa's chief risk officer Renaud Guidée
Alaska and California are very different states, but their insurance commissioners have the same message on how to approach natural catastrophes linked to climate change
While engagement and collaboration with insureds is key, a commitment to sustainability requires the re/insurance industry to sometimes say no
African Risk Capacity ‘has not been spared’ hardening catastrophe reinsurance pricing
Re/insurance is becoming unaffordable or unavailable, especially to those particularly exposed to climate risk and the public purse should not be the go-to solution
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