Sustainability Will Be Key For Insurers In 2023 As Global Concerns Mount

Nov. 08, 2022 2:17 PM ETAXAHY, UPZPF


  • Insurers who engage in activities which help mitigate climate change and promote SDGs in 2023 have a competitive advantage with investors who are increasingly willing themselves to be active players in combatting climate change.
  • A growing number of European insurers are opting to finance their green projects by issuing green, social, and sustainability bonds.
  • The cost-of-living crisis and anticipation of inflationary recession across Europe can have another negative impact on the insurance business.

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By Marina Le Blanc, Sector Strategist, Financials

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