In order to mitigate risk and embrace the opportunities presented by ESG, insurers will need to consider new and dynamic approaches to risk modelling, investments, and business operations. This content focuses on how insurers can improve ESG performance throughout the supply chain.
In this article, Frederick Gentile, director of risk engagement at Willis Towers Watson shares his checklist for supply chain resilience and highlights why broker leaders need to take a more realistic approach to survive.
With the effects of Covid, the war in Ukraine and Brexit rearing their heads, legal expenses insurance has moved into the spotlight. This content highlights the factors which are driving an increasingly litigious landscape and how legal expenses cover provides value in volatile times.
Hydrogen’s promise as a greener fuel source for heavy industry looks set to spur a boom in the industry over the next decade. This article looks at the risks involved and how insurers are acting to meet the needs of a growing sector.
Supply chain issues have made headlines recently as backlogs at ports build up and in some cases large ships are turned away. This article highlights the supply chain problems which are holding back the UK’s economic recovery and why insurance is only part of the solution.
The aftermath of a road traffic accident can be difficult to navigate for businesses of all sizes. This content highlights the benefits of outsourcing this task to a specialist accident management service provider and some key considerations when choosing an accident management provider.
Natasha’s Law has opened up a fresh range of risks for food businesses, while Brexit and Covid-19 have impacted product recall in other areas and ways. Post looks at what insurance cover is available for firms and what triggers they respond to.
With warehouses increasingly deploying robots to help with the demand for next day delivery, Post investigates what challenges automation in warehouses poses for insurers. Read this article to find out more.
Why insurers and their supply chains must work together to successfully protect homes from the devastating impacts of flooding
To successfully protect homes from the devastating impacts of flooding and help mitigate its financial consequences, insurers and their supply chains must work together. This content highlights why the Build Back Better agenda demands improved supply chain co-ordination and cost control.
FNOL data is essential for controlling costs in the event of an accident. When it comes to collecting information following an incident, obtaining accurate details in a timely manner is key. This content highlights five reasons to outsource your FNOL process.