Global insurers silent on critical ESG report as peers acknowledge more work needed

Ethical responsbility

AIG, Chubb, Travelers and Tokio Marine were among insurers that declined to engage when approached for comment about a recent report highlighting insurer ESG failings.

The report by Share Action, titled Insuring Disaster, ranked 70 of the world’s largest insurers’ approaches to responsible investing and underwriting. Insurers were able to obtain rankings from AAA to

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