Companies may face 'heightened' and growing risk of political violence and civil protests driving losses through damage to buildings or business disruption according to a new report by Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS).
Experts at the credit rating firm Agusto & Co sees the political environment in Nigeria as shaping insurance activities this year.
Geopolitical uncertainties and instability and slow global economic recovery will drive global risk higher for Chinese companies' overseas investments.
Consumers now attach greater importance to factors such as local production, climate protection, and fair working conditions, forcing manufacturers to act according to a new survey by Oliver Wyman and GFU Maschinenbau GmbH.
Organisations have been put into 'perma-crisis' mode with global risks from geopolitics to the cost of living threatening productivity going into 2023 according to a new report from International SOS.
One third of countries across the world have seen risks to their democratic processes increase significantly during the past five years, with corporates operating in poorly ranked countries facing ESG and supply chain threats according to Verisk Maplecroft democratic governance ondex (DGI).
Lloyd's and Aon in a new report have evaluated Russia president Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine and focused on the actions the insurance industry can take to support clients in building resilience.
The world is facing an unprecedented rise in civil unrest as governments grapple with the impacts of inflation on the price of staple foods and energy according to the latest edition of Verisk Maplecroft Civil Unrest Index (CUI).
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.
Beazley's latest risk and resilience research into geopolitical risk shows that events so far this year have significantly altered business leaders' perceptions of the risks they face and their resilience to those risks, which has fallen dramatically since 2021.