The 2021-22 edition of ReMark's global consumer study on life insurance consumers, ReConnect Life, looks at the issues the life insurance consumers care about, such as COVID-19, technology and mental health.
Paris headquartered global insurer AXA has announced new commitments to preserve biodiversity by implementing a plan to fight against the deterioration of forest ecosystems.
Three Japanese insurance companies have joined the UN-convened Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance, adding a combined$1.4tn to total assets under management (AUM) and total membership of 53.
Hannover Re is committing to achieve net zero emissions in business operations by 2030 and in its reinsurance portfolio and investments by 2050. In setting these targets Hannover Re supports the Paris Agreement on climate change aimed at limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Brokers are under more pressure than ever according to Ecclesiastical Insurance's latest Broker Wellbeing Survey.
Cyber insurance has been profitable for US property and casualty (P&C) insurers for several years but recent growing losses tied to network intrusions, phishing incidents and denials of service will likely increase claims volume and average cost per claim going forward according to a recent report by Fitch Ratings.
Most organisations (85%) are more concerned about ransomware than other cyber threats according to Fortinet 2021 Global State of Ransomware report released in September 2021.
New research has revealed that countries facing the highest number of natural disasters are among the world's least peaceful countries.
Dutch risk managers expect less stressful renewals as the threat of COVID-19 recedes and face-to-face meetings make a comeback.
Satellites are the backbone of our daily lives and this makes them an increasingly attractive target for cyber hackers, according to Hiscox Global Insights.