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Swiss Re Institute | Maintaining resilience as a new world order takes shape

Ongoing global crises will renew focus on “real” economy issues. Insurers can help maintain resilience as a new world order takes shape for instance by providing businesses with protection against earnings volatility as operating conditions change, and as investors in a sustainable future.

The Internet of the Sky: Space, Remote Sensing, ESG, and Cybersecurity

IIS Executive Insights Cyber Expert: David Piesse, CEO, DP88


Talent Management, Employee Retention and Acquisition

Ralph Mucerino, Principal, RPM Strategy and Management Consulting LLC

Employer and Employee Perspectives Differ

COVID-19 Pandemic’s Impact on Suicide Rates and Risk Factors

While the pandemic has certainly impacted mental health, available evidence to date suggests that suicide rates globally have not increased. RGA examines the evidence, cautions that the pandemic’s long-term effects on suicide are still evolving, and suggests the insurance industry has a significant role to play in suicide awareness and prevention moving forward.

Sigma - Resilience Index 2022: risks to resilience on the rise again after a year of respite

The world economy regained macroeconomic resilience in 2021, benefiting from the cyclical rebound from the COVID-19 crisis and rising long-dated interest rates during the year. However, we estimate that the resilience lost in the 2020 COVID-19 crisis will only be recouped this year, and any economic deterioration in the coming months may throw the recovery off course.

AM Best’s Market Segment Report - Global Reinsurance: More Stable and Improved Results Following Shift from Property Catastrophe Risks

Explore AM Best’s extensive analysis on how global reinsurance companies have shifted their business mix into casualty and specialty primary lines, where pricing movement is still positive, due to increased losses from natural catastrophe events, secondary perils, pandemic impacts and economic uncertainty. Additional topics include AM Best’s annual ranking of the Top 50 global reinsurance groups, in-depth looks at the insurance-linked securities, Lloyd’s, life reinsurance, mortgage and regional reinsurance markets.

The G7 takes on climate change: Are catastrophe bonds an answer?

In this Milliman white paper, learn how government-sponsored catastrophe bonds can be a solution to help protect developing nations from the financial devastation of natural disasters and build greater climate resilience for these at-risk countries.

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Life Insurers: The Unsung Heroes

IIS Executive Insights Life & Health Expert: Ronald Klein, Executive Director, BILTIR

“Let sleeping dogs lie,” an expression that has been around since the 13th century, gained fame from Geoffrey Chaucer.[1] It refers to a belief that dogs are unpredictable when suddenly disturbed, so it might be better not to disturb them, because the situation could get unpredictably worse.

2022 Midyear Global Outlook: Back to a Volatile Future

The BlackRock Investment Institute’s 2022 Midyear Outlook explores the shift to a new, more volatile regime through the lens of three investment themes – and translates them into updated asset views.

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Life Design Sprints: How to Deliver Innovation in the Digital Insurance Customer Journey

When it comes to digital life insurance distribution, insurers are increasingly discovering that the customer online journey itself is the product – a new mindset that is bringing new opportunities but requiring new ways of delivering. Explore Life Design Sprints, a repeatable, effective innovation process from RGA.

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