Further work is required to advance the tricky task of incorporating climate change into natural catastrophe modelling, finds Nick Roumpis
A year after the PRA's landmark report into the insurance sector and climate change, Environmental Finance looks at how the industry is responding.
Insurers are increasingly factoring climate change into their investment decisions. But they are only at the start of a long learning process, finds Peter Cripps. This is the second part of a three-part series on how insurers are dealing with climate change
The third and final part of this series of features about the insurance sector looks at group level responses to climate change. Peter Cripps reports
The weather risk management business is in good health and poised for further growth, leading market participants tell Graham Cooper
A spate of natural catastophes triggered payouts in the cat bond market, but this year's winners remain bullish, finds Peter Cripps
In recent months, more banks and investors have committed to reduce their coal exposure. While this is a laudable step, research finds that the new coal policies have important shortcomings, argues Christina Beberdick
Concerns about climate change are influencing the underwriting and investment policies of a growing number of insurance companies, finds Graham Cooper