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Global Risk Review
Over the past five years, fire and explosion, natural catastrophes and faulty workmanship or maintenance have been the major causes of loss by value of insurance claims, according to the Global Claims Review 2022 published by Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS).
South Korea’s two general insurers Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance (Samsung FMI) and Hyundai Marine & Fire Insurance (Hyundai MFI) have no plans to phase out existing insurance underwriting for coal, according to their latest ESG reports released in July 2022.
Tens of thousands of wind turbine blades will end up in landfills by the end of the decade unless end-of-life programmes are established soon, according to a new study End-of-life policy considerations for wind turbine blades led by the University of South Australia.
A recent survey has found that the ramifications of the semiconductor industry supply chain crisis have been exacerbated by the conflict in Ukraine. The semiconductor industry serves as a major driver in the global economy.
A lack of alignment between finance and operations teams is damaging growth and competitive advantage at organisations worldwide, according to a new document released by KPMG.
Most companies and governments are ‘woefully unprepared’ for the knock-on effects of climate change and are creating ‘risk blindspots’, according to a new report.
The worst possible climate change catastrophic scenarios, including collapse of society or the potential extinction of humans are being ignored, according to a group of global scientists.
Financial, digital, business interruption and pandemic concerns top the list of macro risks for mid-sized company leaders. Concerns about risks related to climate change have increased significantly in 2022 as compared to 2020 but it still ranks as the least concerning risk, according to a new report.