Almost 40% of bank or financial app users in Japan would like their apps to help them measure their carbon footprint, according to a survey conducted by FinTech firm Cogo.
Chubb has announced new underwriting criteria for oil and gas extraction projects that will require clients to reduce methane emissions. Methane is a by-product of oil and gas production and is one of the most severe greenhouse gases.
Increasing ESG risks are likely to result in a spike of claims against directors and drive further increases in insurance costs according to a new report by Mactavish.
A new phishing tool, EvilProxy, has led to a significant increase in number of business e-mail compromises (BEC). This enables the phishing to bypass most forms of multi-factor authentication (MFA), thus compromising user accounts and ending in attempted payment fraud.
Most of SMEs in Singapore are not supplementing their digitalisation strategies with adequate protection measures nor tapping into the support available to them according to a new survey conducted by QBE Singapore.
Insurers in UK are expected to pay £219m ($268m) in subsidence claims made in 2022, many of which were caused by 2022 summer's record-breaking high temperatures. This would be the highest expected insurance subsidence bill since 2006.
A new report released by AXA XL focuses on the impact of three types of water risks across seven sectors and provides five recommendations for businesses to manage their major water-related risks.
Companies are lagging in tracking supply chain emissions and risk missing forthcoming regulations on nature according to the global non-profit disclosure platform CDP.
The digitalisation of the road tax system will have a positive impact not only to policyholders but also the environment, says the General Insurance Association of Malaysia (PIAM).
Global electronics industry is likely to face a threat from semiconductor supply chain according to a new report by Lloyd's and WTW.