Public Sector Solutions in the Media

There are many ways that the public sector can manage risk more effectively and strengthen fiscal resilience to protect against the impacts of natural disaster, climate change and pandemic risk. This includes pre-emptive risk management approaches and innovative insurance tools. Below you will find links to media articles offering an outside perspective to the themes, initiatives and partnerships associated with Swiss Re Public Sector Solutions.

Bloomberg: Quick Cash, Few Questions - Insurers Pitch Wild Storms Protection. Swiss Re's Alex Kaplan quoted.

Green Biz: The private sector’s 5 big climate risk and adaptation blind spots

Green Biz: How Marsh and McLennan, Allianz and other insurers are responding to climate change risks

Reinsurance news: Swiss Re pilots satellite imaging for use in crop claim settlements

Artemis: Swiss Re backs first county-level parametric catastrophe insurance in China

Artemis: Philippines parametric insurance doubles, cat bond on the way: World Bank

Reinsurance news: Panama joins Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility

Reinsurance news: Public-private partnerships urgently needed to build climate resilience: Swiss Re

Conservation Finance Network: Channelling Innovative Finance for Coral Restoration

Pacific Standard: Can Insurance Help Californians Recover From Natural Disasters?

Insurance Journal: Sustainable Re/Insurance Industry Vital in Uncertain World: Swiss Re’s Ojeisekhoba

DW (Deutsche Welle): A unique nature insurance policy aims to preserve Mexico's Great Mayan Reef

FEMA: United States National Flood Insurance Program’s (NFIP) Reinsurance Program

Hawaii Business Magazine: The Cost of Climate Change in Hawaii

In Quake-Prone California, Alarm at Scant Insurance Coverage

Bloomberg: A Coral Reef Gets an Insurance Policy of Its Own

Reuters: China looks to insurance to stem mounting disaster loss

The Guardian: Satellite images trigger payouts for Kenyan farmers in grip of drought

The Guardian: A tale of two droughts: one killed 260,000 people, the other none. Why?

The Real Deal: Florida's coastal cities need more governmental assistance

Risk&Insurance: Rewarding Resilience

BBC: 'Resilience bonds': A secret weapon against catastrophe

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