How is insurance stepping up amid election uncertainty?

A transparent ballot box in front of a illuminated map of the world and a vote cast in it. 2024 is a year in which elections almost all over the world coincide with the same year. This year, billions of people will go to the polls and vote for democracy.

With a record number of elections in 2024 set to introduce substantial unpredictability into an already volatile risk environment, Edmund Tirbutt examines how insurance is engendering resilience amidst unrelenting geoeconomic uncertainty.

2024 is set to be the biggest election year ever, with votes due to be held in 60 countries representing  40% of the world’s population and gross domestic product. History suggests that insurers will

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Q&A: Paul Stanley, 360Globalnet

Paul Stanley, CEO & founder of 360Globalnet, speaks to Insurance Post about the software firm’s growth, digital claims, and the benefits of no-code systems.

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