The Bank of England’s forthcoming climate stress tests of the UK financial services sector have been designed to provide a view of “the size of the adjustment that is needed”, regulators told an industry summit on Thursday.
People risks, particularly those relating to mental health, are “the next big issue” facing companies, Airmic CEO Julia Graham has said.
The longer the pandemic goes on the more profound and permanent the changes in the world of work are likely to be. The broking market has responded well, especially since it once prided itself on the importance of face-to-face deals. Post asks what this will mean for brokers which often rely on relationships to get deals done?
Julia Graham has succeeded John Ludlow as CEO of Airmic, the association for risk and insurance professionals.
A ‘Me Too’ moment in the education sector could lead to claims against schools that trigger insurance coverage, a specialist abuse lawyer has told Post.
The World Economic Forum identified biodiversity loss as one of its top five global risks earlier this year. Airmic deputy CEO and technical director Julia Graham argues that taking action is in businesses' interests as well as the planet's.
When facing the large losses pandemics threaten “we could do more” if a cover solution was limited to SMEs, Ivo Menzinger, Swiss Re managing director for public sector business across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, has said.
Policymakers have mischaracterised the pandemic business interruption problem leading to a solution stalemate, virtual attendees of an Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development event heard.
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We launched our #MentalHealth standards last year to provide better support for customers with #MentalHealth conditions when applying for health, travel or protection #insurance. #MHAW #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek https://t.co/C5ZTgtYJA4 pic.twitter.com/ZzW2tx7bnI— ABI (@BritishInsurers) May 10, 2021
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