The implosion of the FTX exchange proves the value of insuring digital assets, says Joe Ziolkowski, chief executive officer and co-founder of Relm.
By thinking through the needs of their key stakeholders, insurers can develop and execute a comprehensive ESG strategy, say Meredith Jones and Theodore Potgieter of EY.
ILS Bermuda’s Convergence conference discussed parametric protection from four perspectives: buyer, seller, intermediary and public sector.
The organisers of a discussion about what makes investors commit to ILS chose a song by The Clash to make their point. It could just as easily have been Aretha Franklin’s anthem about respect to remind ILS managers not to take that commitment for granted.
The spectre of trapped capital has heightened the desire for efficiency, according to a panel discussion during ILS Bermuda’s Convergence conference.
Bermuda’s re/insurers are discovering a sense of urgency around ESG benchmarks and standards, driven partly by multiple proposed new regulations but also a sense of doing the right thing, says PwC.
Maryam Golnaraghi, director of climate change and environment at The Geneva Association, opened the organisation’s 2022 Climate Change & Environment Conference with an urgent message and gave Bermuda:Re+ILS an insight into her upcoming research papers.
In her keynote speech at The Geneva Association’s Climate Change & Environment Conference, Amanda Blanc, group CEO of Aviva, urged insurers to make a commitment to net zero.
Sarah Conway, head of WTW’s Ecosystem Resilience practice and former lead climate finance negotiator for the US delegation to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, spoke to Bermuda:Re+ILS about her role.
The V20 and G7 have agreed on a global financial protection cooperation against climate risks. The InsuResilience Secretariat explains to Bermuda:Re+ILS how this initiative, “Global Shield against Climate Risks”, heralds progress in climate adaptation and resilience.