Speaking at the COP 28 summit, David Howden, founder and CEO of Howden emphasised the power the private sector has to protect vulnerable countries against the effects of climate change and unlock future investment opportunities.
Antonio Huertas, chairman and CEO of Mapfre explained why AI regulation is needed and how cyber continues to leave the industry at a crossroads.
As biodiversity loss reaches an all-time high, insurers are being asked to consider reallocating funds to help ‘direct action’ projects in the UK to support the country’s depleted ecology.
Economic and societal concerns have overtaken environmental risks as global business leaders share their biggest concerns in the World Economic Forum’s executive survey.
Climate activists took to the city to warn insurers that underwriting fossil fuel projects in Africa is a “risky business” that threatens the rainforest, human rights and their reputations.
Amanda Blanc has shared concerns the UK’s “ambitious climate goals” are under threat, as the government is moving full steam ahead with its expansion on domestic oil and gas production.
London-based startup Laka has secured more than €7.6m (£6.63m) in its recent funding round, and announced its latest acquisition in European expansion plans.
During its London Summit, The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies has appealed for more insurers to support its insurance mechanism, as funding for humanitarian needs reaches an all time high.
Hundreds of protesters have gathered outside the offices of 10 Lloyd’s of London insurers today, demanding they rule out insuring the West Cumbria coal mine and the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline.
Rebecca Webster, McLaren’s broker development lead, shares why the claims services provider has launched its hospitality offering and what challenges lie ahead.
While the Association of British Insurers has claimed it is “too early” to estimate the insured cost of a fire at London Luton Airport. LV, Ageas and Aviva have confirmed how they will be handling motor insurance claims caused by the blaze.
The Association of British Insurers has said more “tangible action” is needed to boost the numbers of apprenticeships being offered by the insurance sector.
The Association of British Insurers has published an update on its progress towards becoming the “most diverse, equitable and inclusive sector” in the UK.
Aviva and Calvin Risk have collaborated in a move the Swiss start-ups bosses claim will "make artificial intelligence safe, transparent and trustworthy for the insurance industry."
During a Dive In Festival event, industry leaders shared how ‘gender allyship’ is the missing ingredient for gender equity.
Collecting data, avoiding non-inclusive terms, and remaining authentic were some of the key actions given to insurers at the Dive In Festival, as the sector was urged to become disability confident.
Members from Aon’s Women in Cyber network joined with cyber professionals at Dive In Festival to discuss the importance of diverse thinking, and gender diversity, in creating a successful cyber team.