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Fulfilling a Legacy of Societal Risk Management
This initiative applies five core insurance sector capabilities to a series of innovative Pioneer Projects that illustrate the power of insurance in risk reduction efforts.
From Celent: Tech Giants and Insurance
Political Risk and Trade Credit
Spotlights Environments, Potential Consequences
Key steps to achieving a net zero insurance balance sheet
Last year’s United Nations Climate Change Conference, known as COP26, ended with a commitment to accelerate the move towards renewable energy.
Evaluating ESG and pandemic risk reporting trends
Many parallels have been drawn between the lack of global preparedness for the COVID-19 pandemic and the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risks that confront the world.
MARSH MCLENNAN RESPONDS TO CLIMATE-RELATED EFFECTS ON THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY
Marsh McLennan is pleased to respond to this Request for Information from the Federal Insurance Office on the Insurance Sector and Climate-Related Risks.
Preparing for Frontier Risks in the New Economy
Recognizing that attention and resources are focused on managing immediate crises, this chapter spotlights a unique kind of risk alongside the predicted and the almost-impossible-to-predict: “frontier risks” – risks that emerge at a frontier as technologies surface or human and societal forces shift. These risks are characterized by their unknown likelihood, unknown impacts or both.
Climate Health Threat Illustrator
Climate change is increasing health risks and costs for people and businesses worldwide — and its effects will intensify over time. Disease burden and disparities are likely to worsen, and 2 out of 3 major cities expect climate change to seriously compromise their public health assets and services.
Community-Based Catastrophe Insurance
Insurance plays a critical role in recovery from natural disasters, but many households and small businesses do not have sufficient coverage to fund repair and rebuilding due to various reasons. CBCI can play many roles in the dynamic ecosystem of existing public and private catastrophe insurance mechanisms. It could complement traditional catastrophe insurance markets by providing supplemental financial protection to community members in the event of a disaster or be used as full-limit, single-peril property protection in areas with high risk. In other instances, CBCI can offer the community a means to work with carriers or private capital providers to rebuild and sustain insurance uptake while facing loss volatility.
Global Risks Report 2021
COVID-19 has exacerbated ongoing geopolitical and societal challenges, and the existential crisis of climate change looms large. More innovative and collaborative approaches to resilience are needed more than ever.
Pandemic Poses a New Catastrophe Paradigm
After the shock losses produced by COVID-19, the question of how to tackle systemic risk is at the top of risk professionals’ agenda
Global Insurance Market Index - 2020 Q3
Global Commercial Insurance Pricing Increased 20% in Third Quarter
Leading Up to January 2021 Reinsurance Renewals
Guy Carpenter is pleased to present our new briefing, Leading Up to January 2021 Reinsurance Renewals. This paper highlights the myriad market developments providing the backdrop to the January 1, 2021 renewals, ranging from COVID-19-related losses and rate movements at the mid-year renewals, through tightening capacity across certain insurance classes and loss developments on long-tail lines of business.
Insuretech Connect 2020
Oliver Wyman will once again be the presenting sponsor for InsureTech Connect, the world's largest insurtech gathering where entrepreneurs, investors, insurance executives, and risk managers meet to solve cutting-edge problems in the insurance sector.
The 2020 Captive Landscape Report
Learn how more than 1,200 captive insurance managers are maximizing the use of their captives.
Pandemic Risk Protection
While the COVID-19 pandemic is first and foremost a human tragedy, its economic impact is also deeply concerning. The stakes for businesses, nonprofit organizations, and workers are too high to defer action, and a pandemic risk insurance program will be an essential element in the response to COVID-19 and future pandemics.