Biodiversity and natural resources are essential for building healthy, prosperous societies

Human activity is degrading biodiversity and nature at an alarming rate. Re/insurers have a unique opportunity to reduce exposure to nature-related risks and promote more sustainable, nature-positive economies. Find out more in our latest report Nature and the Insurance Industry: Taking action towards a nature-positive economy.

How do insurance CEOs view the industry's role in the climate transition?

'Climate solutions' are top of mind for Geneva Association members – the CEOs of the biggest insurance companies in the world. Get a unique glimpse at what they say, off- and on-the-record, in this short video (2:30 min) featuring Joachim Wenning, Munich Re; Christian Mumenthaler, SwissRe; Amanda Blanc, Aviva; Tsuyoshi Nagano, Tokio Marine; and Charles Brindamour, Intact Financial Corporation.

Rising levels of social inequality have become a defining issue of our time

Social inequality hampers social and economic development, and it’s on the rise in much of the world. This International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, learn how insurance can mitigate social inequality by protecting people from shocks that can push them into financial hardship in our report by Kai-Uwe Schanz.

The golden age of retirement is over

Global life expectancy has risen by six years in the past two decades and is projected to rise by another eight years to 81.7 by the end of the century.

Longer lives, however, need to be not just about living longer, but thriving – physically and financially – while doing so. At the heart of this lies #FinancialWellbeing: the concept of ensuring people have sufficient resources to meet their everyday financial obligations and fulfil their long-term financial aspirations.

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