Creating new and inclusive insurance markets can help communities become more resilient to natural disasters, argues Hector Ibarra
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
Japan's Financial Services Agency is stepping up its focus on climate risk and is increasingly engaging with firms on the issue. Hiroshi Ota and Satoshi Ikeda explain why to Elena K. Johansson
The cat bond market hit fresh highs in 2018 despite a spate of catastrophes
An increasing focus on climate-related risks has become a significant driver of demand for financial products offering protection against adverse weather conditions, poll winners tell Graham Cooper.
To coincide with our Insurance & Climate Risk Americas conference, Environmental Finance conducted a Q&A interview with keynote speaker Maurice Tulloch, CEO, international insurance, at Aviva.