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We didn’t start the fire: the future of recovery actions
The 40-degree temperatures experienced in July 2022 would have been extremely unlikely without human-caused climate change. This is the conclusion of World Weather Attribution (WWA). This means that the destruction of homes by wildfires in the UK, while being ignited by other causes, occurred as a result of conditions caused by the changing climate.
Claims Apprentice 2022: Episode 6 – The Interviews
The sixth and final episode of the third series of Claims Apprentice, in association with Insurance Post, has now launched and is available to view here.
Exploring the future: the results of the Bank of England’s Climate Biennial Exploratory Scenario
The Bank of England has published its findings following the Climate Biennial Exploratory Scenario it set for seven banks, five life insurers, six general insurers and ten Lloyd’s syndicates (UK entities only) over the past year.
Claims Apprentice 2022: Episode 5 – ESG Challenge (part 2)
The fifth episode of the third series of Claims Apprentice, in association with Insurance Post, launched today and is now available to view here.
Rewriting the risk: Addressing the challenge of climate change
Our latest global report finds that the insurance industry has a central role in building wider understanding about climate-related risks and in mitigating against those risks.
Claims Apprentice 2022: Episode 4 – ESG Challenge (part 1)
The fourth episode of the third series of Claims Apprentice, in association with Insurance Post, has now launched and is now available to view here.
Claims Apprentice 2022: Episode 1 - Meet the teams
After a year’s break, due to the global pandemic, the first episode of this, the third, series of Claims Apprentice, in association with Insurance Post, launched today and is now available to view below.
Claims Apprentice 2022: The finalists revealed
We are very pleased to reveal the six successful claims professionals who have been chosen as finalists for the third series of Insurance Post’s Claims Apprentice, in association with Kennedys.
2022 construction forecast: trends and future risks
In this report, Kennedys experts highlight some key legal and regulatory developments and provide an overview of the business critical topics that the construction sector and insurers should consider as they plan for operational resilience in 2022 and beyond.
Winter storms and heatwaves – how construction insurers should navigate climate risks
Construction projects are vulnerable to losses. In the UK alone, the increase in frequency and severity of winter storms, flooding, heatwaves or periods of extreme cold all result in additional claims. For those insuring international projects, a detailed understanding of the changing climate in that location is essential. So what can construction insurers do?