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Our applied research covers emerging risks, industry trends and topical deep dives.
Topics & Risk Dialogues
Our events (conferences, client programmes and webinars) examine topics relevant to understanding risk and re/insurance.
Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue
With selected research partners, we explore the future of risk coverage, assess changes in the risk landscape and act as a catalyst for industry change.
Superior research driving better decisions.
04 Jun 2020
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Publication
Our SONAR report informs and inspires conversations about emerging risks, so the re/insurance industry can continue to build ...
By Multiple Authors
16 Oct 2018
Swiss Re Group
Content Type: Article
The biggest risks facing operational wind farms are sharp falls in electricity prices and sharp falls in wind speed.
26 Aug 2019
building societal resilience buildingsocietalresilience Powering a sustainable future In 2018, global energy demand grew by 2.3%, ...
By Thai Pham, Senior Underwriter Engineering, Property & Specialty Underwriting
13 May 2019
Managing wind and solar energy risks The world over, industrial sector growth and economic expansion have put tremendous strain ...
15 Jul 2020
Electricity from renewable energy sources can ease the power gap and transform the power generation sector in Africa to support ...
09 Jul 2020
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Conference
L'Afrique : urbanisation, croissance, développement, un continent plein de potentiel. Ce dernier ne se réalisera que s'il peut ...
Conference Location: Online
07 Jul 2020
Africa: urbanizing, growing, developing, a continent full of potential. That potential will not be realized unless it can ...
03 Oct 2018
Engineering projects often push the boundaries of the tried and tested. They entail risks that are hard for the insurance ...
02 Jan 2012
Resilient critical infrastructures are of key importance for our societies and economies.
Buildings, bridges, tunnels and other infrastructure are crucial for long-term economic and societal resilience.