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.
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.
Companies are lagging in tracking supply chain emissions and risk missing forthcoming regulations on nature according to the global non-profit disclosure platform CDP.
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.
Some of Southeast Asia's largest cities could be hit disproportionately hard by rising sea levels and be underwater by the end of the century according to a new study.
The global demand for fresh water will exceed supply by 40% by 2030 according to a new report released by the Global Commission on the Economics of Water.
Less than 1% of the world's population breathes pollution-free air - and Asian countries face some of the most severe health risks due to polluted air according to a new study.
Global electronics industry is likely to face a threat from semiconductor supply chain according to a new report by Lloyd's and WTW.