Despite the recent material inflow of capacity into the market, cyber (re)insurance's greatest challenge lies in attracting sufficient levels of capital, says Gallagher Re, global reinsurance broker, in a newly released white paper.
The most AI-trusting people hail from emerging digital growth markets such as India, Indonesia, Philippines, Nigeria, Mexico, and Argentina, according to an analysis by Swiss Re Institute (SRI).
Investment in clean energy technologies is significantly surging ahead of the spending on fossil fuels according to a new report by International Energy Agency (IEA).
Even as ransomware attacks doubled in frequency in the last quarter of 2022 and into the first quarter of 2023, majority of organisations hit by the attacks recovered data and systems without paying a ransom according to the first edition of cyber risk firm Resilience annual report.
The European Council (EC) has adopted a 'negotiating mandate' on the proposed directive to empower consumers for the green transition, which aims at enhancing consumers´ rights by amending the unfair commercial practices directive (UCPD) and the consumer rights directive (CRD).
The manufacturing, use and scrapping of electric cars produces around 15% to 50% more greenhouse gases (GHGs) than hybrid and conventional engine cars according to a new study conducted by the Engine Research Lab of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur.
The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) has released a new report outlining how index providers can enhance net-zero benchmarks.
French global reinsurer SCOR has successfully sponsored a new catastrophe bond, Atlas Capital DAC Series 2023-1, which will provide the Group with a multi-year risk transfer capacity of $75m to protect itself against named storms in the US, and earthquakes in the US and Canada, as well as European windstorms.
The Singapore Reinsurers' Association (SRA) has announced that this year's 19th Singapore International Reinsurance Conference (SIRC) will be an all in-person event following the overwhelming success of last year's in-person event, which drew a record attendance of over 2,200 delegates from 62 countries.
Future generations of self-driving cars should learn the language of cyclists to help them safely share the roads according to new research from University of Glasgow.