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05 Jun 2020
Swiss Re Group
Content Type: Blog
The world is grappling with the impact of the COVID-19. As the pandemic is ongoing, it raises many uncertainties and new risks ...
By Patrick Raaflaub, Group Chief Risk Officer
08 Jun 2021
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Publication
COVID-19 crisis dominates risk landscape. Emerging risks arise from developments in human-machine interaction, connected ...
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 ...
31 May 2018
The 2018 "Swiss Re SONAR, New emerging risk insights" report aims to get us talking about what tomorrow's risk landscape could ...
21 Jul 2021
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Article
Restarting suspended operations — larger accidents ahead? The COVID-19 pandemic has led to budget cuts and mothballed facilities ...
Companies face increasing pressure to ensure they are not party to or associated with any form of people exploitation.
Weight and size are key variables in determining passenger safety, and a lag in adjusting test- to real-world conditions can have ...
All-singing, all-dancing health tracking devices are becoming more sophisticated and prevalent.
E-micromobility – electrically powered e-scooters and beyond – is evolving fast, with ever new vehicle types and uses.