The London insurance market has a unique role in helping society tackle the risk of climate change and businesses embrace the goal of Net Zero. Here we bring together examples of the market’s thinking and solutions.
This year Parsyl was named a "Top Green Provider" by Food Logistics Magazine, an award that acknowledges companies for exemplary leadership that enhances sustainability within the cold food and beverage industry.
As the world transitions to a net-zero economy many assets in oil and gas or hard-to-abate sectors will be decommissioned.
Nardac have developed an insurtech solution for small-scale solar photovoltaic projects with values up to USD 20 million.
Hydrogen is anticipated to play an increasing role in the energy transition towards a low-carbon economy. Due to its chemical properties, hydrogen offers an enormous potential as a climate-neutral energy carrier.
Hear from market professionals about how we address today’s universe of risks and get our clients back on their feet when disaster strikes.
Eddie Kurshumlija, Director of Product Recall, Gallagher
Jon Atkinson, Lead Underwriter, Crisis Management, IQUW
Tim Nash, Head of Product Recall, Marsh
Matthew Moore, Chairman, The London Market Group
Caroline Wagstaff, CEO, The London Market Group
Edward Parker, Divisional Head of Special Risks, Tokio Marine Kiln
Rowan Douglas, Head - Climate and Resilience Hub at WTW
David Stephenson, Founder and Director at the Exeter Climate Systems Research Centre
Michael Palmer, Head of Analytics and Research, HiscoxRe & ILS
Bev Adams, Consulting Director and Head of Climate and Catastrophe Resilience at Marsh Advisory
Adam Scaife, Professor at Exeter University, Head of Monthly to Decadal Prediction at the Met Office
Today, in a world of unprecedented change and opportunity, London’s insurance market is more essential than ever.
Bespoke insurance solutions will be increasingly necessary in mergers and acquisitions, due to uncertainty caused by political unrest, rising inflation, and global banking uncertainty.
More than two dozen space rockets have scheduled their maiden voyages for this year, posing a new challenge to the teams underwriting them.
How are global businesses managing today’s political risks? The consensus from this report is that it needs much more managing than a few years ago.
Insurers want to work with businesses to counteract the impact of inflation, which threatens to drive up the cost of property and casualty claims. Could risk management be the answer?