Geneva Report

The Geneva Reports series tackles issues of strategic importance to the insurance industry that warrant special attention and particular analysis. The series is published at irregular intervals and is available both in printed and electronic versions.
The first report was published in 2008 on regulation and intervention in the insurance industry. Subsequent reports have dealt with climate risk, the credit crisis, September 11, extreme events and the challenge of global ageing, as the role of insurance in addressing these issues and providing solutions.

This series has been discontinued.


N° 7: Insurers' contributions to disaster reduction—a series of case studies (May 2013)

N° 6: Addressing the Challenge of Global Ageing—Funding Issues and Insurance Solutions (June 2012)

N° 5: Extreme events and insurance: 2011 annus horribilis (March 2012)

N° 4: September 11—Ten Years On (September 2011)

N° 3: Anatomy of the credit crisis—An insurance reader from The Geneva Association (January 2010)

N° 2: The insurance industry and climate change—Contribution to the global debate (July 2009)

N° 1: Regulation and intervention in the insurance industry—fundatmental issues (February 2008)

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