ClimateWise launches practical guides to scenario analysis
New and updated tools have been launched to help Investors use scenario analysis to understand how climate risks could affect their investment portfolios.
More corporates seek shelter from the weather
The weather risk management business is in good health and poised for further growth, leading market participants tell Graham Cooper
Cat risk: A test of resilience
A spate of natural catastophes triggered payouts in the cat bond market, but this year's winners remain bullish, finds Peter Cripps
Environmental Finance announces Annual Market Rankings Winners
Environmental Finance is proud to announce the winners in its 18th Annual Market Rankings.
European energy companies enter market
Leading weather risk specialists see hedging demand growing from energy companies in Europe and the agriculture sector in the US. Joe Walsh reports
Annual Market Rankings winners revealed
Environmental Finance is proud to announce the winners in its 17th Annual Market Rankings.
December's weather in US and UK likely to cost insurers $4bn
Last month's extensive flooding across the north of England and southern Scotland is expected to result in insurance payouts amounting to £1.34 billion ($1.9 billion), said the Association of British Insurers.
Insurers demand action on climate change
The leaders of 15 insurance firms have written to the governor of the Bank of England demanding "urgent action" on climate change.
First half insured cat losses at lowest since 2006
Insured losses arising from natural catastrophes in the first half of 2015 amounted to $15 billion – the lowest figure at this point of the year since 2006, according to Aon Benfield.
Cat bond issues reach new record
Annual catastrophe bond issuance in the 12 months to 30 June 2014 reached a record $9.4 billion – an increase of 41% over the prior year period, according to Aon Benfield Securities.