Supporting customers with eco-construction: an insurance view
An increasing priority for many industries is being able to demonstrate the steps they’re taking to become more sustainable and reduce their carbon footprint. The construction industry is no exception.
An alternative to fossil fuels is an emerging technology referred to as 'Battery Energy Storage Systems' or 'BESS' for short. But are these devices really a 'silver bullet' or a hazard waiting to happen?
The Allianz Risk Barometer is an annual report identifying the top corporate risks for the next 12 months and beyond, based on the insight of more than 2,650 risk management experts from 89 countries and territories.
The pandemic has tested business to the extreme, with some sectors more impacted than others. Glen Clarke, Head of Strategy & Propositions examines the challenges and the continued role of the insurance industry in supporting customers.
Rethinking supply chain models in the aftermath of Covid-19
Supply chain issues continue to make the headlines with both Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic being cited as key contributing factors. Our article examines potential consequences associated with supply chain disruption, and how companies can best protect themselves by rethinking their supply chain models.
A BIBA brokers' guide to managing the after effects of COVID-19
Though we are approaching a possible end to the crisis caused by the COVID pandemic, the virus will continue to influence how we all live and how we do business. In this examination of the after effects of COVID-19 we consider how different business sectors and their insurances have been impacted as well as the emergence of 'zombie' companies.
The balance of energy supply and demand is something that most of us not only take for granted, but don’t even consider. However there are times that unexpected events can result in demand being greater than forecast and so the Grid carries a ‘reserve’ of electrical energy for such eventualities.
As the UK emerges from lockdown, and more than a year after Brexit, we consider how insurance requirements have been shaped by recent events, plus the role of the industry in educating customers about the risks of underinsurance.