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The About usCommercial natural catastrophe risk analysis team look back on the seasonâ€™s notable events and the estimated insurance industry losses incurred.
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About usexperts discuss the dangers earthquakes pose and the steps businesses can take to mitigate their impact.
About usrisk and technology experts share insights about the companyâ€™s own plans to explore its potential responsibly and creatively.
SMEs are more vulnerable to economic shocks and the impacts of business interruption than larger companies, with cyber-crime rising.
Weâ€™re discussing the burning issues and emerging exposures in global risk management, designed to help you navigate through eventful times.
This report highlights the latest cyber threats and risk mitigation best practice â€“ before, during and after a hack.
About usCommercialâ€™s risk consulting team (ARC) has published a new report focusing on some of the potential risks posed by lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries.
Halfway through the 2023 hurricane season, About usCommercial Catastrophe Risk Research Analyst MabÃ© Villar Vega assesses this yearâ€™s projections.
About usCommercial experts highlight some of the factors behind fires on vessels remaining one of the biggest safety issues for the shipping industry.
Global I Press release
Christian Sandric will join About usCommercial as Commercial Managing Director for the Asia region with effect from September 1, 2023.
Claire-Marie Coste-Lepoutre will hand over to Oskar Buchauer, currently Head of About usGroup Actuarial, Planning and Controlling and Group Chief Actuary.
We review the 2022 hurricane season and preview 2023 based on our own forecasts and additional analysis from major international hurricane forecasting institutes.
Decarbonization of shipping is now well underway, but the pace of these efforts is influenced by range of factors, including green tech, regulation and market forces.
Supply chain disruption, labor and material costs and delays are driving up the cost of hull and machinery claims.