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Businesses today face a wide range of evolving and complex risks and potential crisis situations. In this article, Charlie Matheson, Global Product Head – Security Risks, at AXA XL, explains the importance of being prepared, building resilience, and of responding effectively should an event happen.
Produced by AXA XL, this article discusses the role mangrove forests play in safeguarding coastal areas and how insurance could cost-effectively help protect and restore these uniquely valuable ecosystems across the Caribbean region.
Xavier Veyry was appointed CEO, Europe & Asia for AXA XL Insurance in June. In this article he talks about the challenges of recent months, innovation in risk and insurance, and the importance of risk management associations.
Like any other objective, acquiring art is a goal that needs careful planning. In this article, Farzina Coladon, underwriting manager for AXA XL’s Art division in Toronto shares a checklist for art collectors to use to ensure they’re investing wisely.
As the aviation sector looks to green shoots of recovery, Dzung Nguyen-Tu, Global Chief Underwriting Officer – Aviation and Space at AXA XL discusses how insurance can enable the industry to keep passengers flying.
For the seventh consecutive year, AXA sought to highlight experts’ perceptions of future risks by conducting a structured survey of more than 2,700 risk experts globally. Featuring a link to the full report, this article sheds light on some of the key findings from AXA’s Future Risks Report.
For ships at sea, the costs of securing a new part or component can escalate rapidly. Could 3D printing help optimise the shipping industry's supply chain for spare parts? In this article, Jarek Klimczak, Marine Risk Engineer, Asia Pacific, AXA XL Risk Consulting, offers his views.
The insurance industry and capital markets can mitigate some of the physical impacts of climate change, but infrastructure investment and regulation will be critical in reducing the underlying risk. This article highlights why public-private collaboration is essential to combatting climate change.
In this article, Suzanne Scatliffe, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), discusses how AXA XL’s CSR goals and initiatives have changed over the years, and the many ways they drive positive and sustainable progress on the world’s biggest problems.
As the frequency and severity of natural hazards changes, so too does the need for climate protection solutions. Produced by AXA XL, this content focuses on three ways businesses and communities can improve their resilience to climate risks.