Parametric solutions and Private-Public Partnerships: Innovation from Swiss Re
18 Aug 2010
Reto Schnarwiler, Global Head of Swiss Re's Public Sector business, talks to Experts’ Spotlight about the company’s expertise in this sector and the significance of the parametric insurance cover it recently structured for the US state of Alabama.
Making communities more resilient
27 Jul 2010
Swiss Re partners with the US state of Alabama in an innovative private-public partnership enabling the rapid payout of funds following a catastrophe.
Swiss Re’s 2010 Global Risk Briefing for Ambassadors
12 May 2010
Swiss Re briefs top foreign diplomats on ways to make societies more resilient to large risks. With the tragedies in Haiti and Chile still fresh on everybody's minds, foreign diplomats participating in Swiss Re’s 2010 Global Risk Briefing were keen to learn how their governments could work more closely with the private sector to strengthen their own risk management. For Swiss Re, the dialogue with government representatives provided an opportunity to explore the potential of replicating existing...
How the public and private sectors can develop partnership-based solutions for large risks
12 May 2010
Working with international financial institutions such as the World Bank and other public sector partners, Swiss Re explores new solutions for risk-transfer that can help governments to make their societies more resilient by addressing the rising cost of natural catastrophes
Making societies more resilient by developing new risk-transfer solutions
24 Mar 2010
Swiss Re is working together with international financial institutions such as the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the International Monetary Fund to develop new solutions for transferring large risks.
24 Mar 2010
Swiss Re is a strategic partner of the World Economic Forum (WEF), participating in its Global Risk Network to exchange views with experts from the political, economic, and scientific community.
Swiss Re Global Partnerships
23 Mar 2010
Engaging with the world allows us to find more robust solutions to common perils. There are limits to what the insurance industry can achieve alone; some risks will require a broader approach involving international and public institutions. We share our expertise to help society create effective responses.