New payout triggers, alongside new policy types and coverage related to the complex transition many industries face.
Changing regulations and cleaner technologies are leading the divestment from coal power plants and mines.
More companies are experimenting with policies that can help create a cash surplus for catastrophic risks.
Insurance giant vows to quadruple green investments, as Dutch bank ING strengthens its policy on coal investments.
Local governments are moving proactively to protect human health, and more businesses are opting for insurance that covers violations.
Emerging fintech options can back a range of risky business ventures, such as sustainable agriculture, local resilience projects or startups.
Coastal hotels and tourism businesses will pay for a policy that protects them, and the coastal reef, from billions of dollars in economic losses.
Market-based strategies only go so far. These new types of products can protect and restore ecosystems in peril.
How Swiss Re, the world’s second-largest reinsurer, is shifting its entire $130 billion portfolio towards ethical indices.
Why not audit expected casualties and expected financial loss in a city in the same way you audit the finances or the creditworthiness of sovereign states?