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  • UK heatwave unlikely without human-caused climate change

    Scientists from South Africa, Germany, France, Switzerland, New Zealand, Denmark, the USA and the UK have collaborated for a rapid scientific analysis to assess to what extent human-induced climate change altered the likelihood and intensity of the exceptional heat wave in July 2022 in UK.

    Asia Risk | 10 Aug 2022
  • Semiconductor industry supply chain risks

    A recent survey has found that the ramifications of the semiconductor industry supply chain crisis have been exacerbated by the conflict in Ukraine. The semiconductor industry serves as a major driver in the global economy.

    Asia Risk | 10 Aug 2022
  • Solicitors urged to help stem the rising ransomware payments

    The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) UK and Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) UK have asked the solicitors' community to emphasise on the point that paying a ransom to cyber criminals will not keep data safe or be viewed by the ICO as a mitigation in regulatory action.

    Asia Risk | 10 Aug 2022
  • Landfills could soon be inundated with wind turbine blades

    Tens of thousands of wind turbine blades will end up in landfills by the end of the decade unless end-of-life programmes are established soon according to a new study End-of-life policy considerations for wind turbine blades led by the University of South Australia.

    Asia Risk | 10 Aug 2022
  • Credential stuffing attacks rising rapidly

    Credential stuffing is emerging as a significant and rapidly growing cyber threat to personal information according to international data protection and privacy authorities.

    Asia Risk | 10 Aug 2022
  • Climate catastrophes are being ignored

    The worst possible climate change catastrophic scenarios, including collapse of society or the potential extinction of humans are being ignored according to a group of global scientists.

    Asia Risk | 10 Aug 2022
  • China: Insurers seen as among least vulnerable to property market distress

    Insurance companies are assessed by Fitch Ratings as being in the low-risk category if distress in the Chinese property market persists beyond the global credit rating agency's base-case assumptions.

    Asia | 09 Aug 2022
  • Ghana: Regulator to implement risk-based supervision

    The National Insurance Commission (NIC) is developing a number of initiatives to support market development and improve the financial resilience of insurers, according to the Deputy Commissioner of Insurance, Mr Michael Andoh.

    Africa | 08 Aug 2022
  • State-owned financial institutions directed to distribute more pay to lower-ranking staff

    Salaries at China's state-owned financial institutions need to be better managed and more wages allocated to lower-ranking employees, the Ministry of Finance has said, in the country's latest move to rein in the sector's high remuneration levels.

    China | 05 Aug 2022
  • Lebanon: 2 years after Beirut Blast, operating environment remains tough for (re)insurers

    Lebanon's (re)insurers have experienced extremely high levels of operational risk, though reinsurance has largely protected their balance sheets from the Beirut Blast two years ago, says AM Best which has released a market segment report today, the second anniversary of the devastating Beirut Port explosions.

    Middle East | 04 Aug 2022


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