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17 Oct 2019
Swiss Re Group
Content Type: Blog
The heightened attention to these twin topics is hardly surprising given the uncertain times we live in, characterised as they ...
By Edi Schmid, Underwriting Advisor to the Group EC
27 Aug 2020
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Publication
The world economy's resilience is being shaken by the COVID-19 crisis as countries deplete their fiscal and monetary reserves.
By Multiple Authors
22 May 2019
SONAR 2019 alerts re/insurers to the top emerging risks, which are aging infrastructure, 5G, genetic testing, limits to central ...
07 Sep 2019
The world economy has become less resilient but the insurance industry is keeping pace with changes in the risk landscape.
21 Aug 2019
The availability of digital data is growing exponentially as the use of sensor networks and digital platforms becomes ...
04 Jul 2019
The central narrative of this year's annual world insurance sigma is the continued rise of the emerging markets, mostly emerging ...
06 Mar 2019
Emerging markets will remain the growth engine of the global economy over the next decade and as part of that, we expect the ...
01 Sep 2020
Financial repression – governments' use of monetary policy and market intervention to influence how capital is allocated.
25 Mar 2021
House prices in the US are rising sharply, against a backdrop of falling mortgage rates, lower inventory and changing preference ...
23 Feb 2021
One outcome of the pandemic has been an acceleration of the shift of daily-life transactions to digital.
By Rajeev Sharan, Senior Economist, Swiss Re Institute