Bankers and insurance employees which are working directly with the public will be included in the third stage for COVID 19 immunization, which is due to begin in April, according to the latest Government Decision published in the Official Gazette, local media reported.
Aon has published a report that highlights shift in attitudes of leading organizations toward long-tail risks and the impacts on how society will continue to work, travel and convene.
Global broker Aon plc, reports that its large employer clients budgeted on a pre-pandemic basis an average of USD 12,091 per employee for health care costs this year, up 1.8% from 2019.
More than half of Brits (57%) took action in relation to their saving in preparation for the November lockdown in England, according to the latest analysis by AVIVA.
According to one of the latest Aviva survey, one side-effect of the Covid-19 crisis has been an increased in the interest of investing in ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) by UK investors.
PZU will provide another 200 so-called life bands to hospitals that treat patients with COVID-19. The first such devices were delivered to institutions in May. The life band is an innovative solution on a global scale that analyzes the key vital parameters of patients and alerts medical staff in the event of a life threatening situation.
Following years of eroding rates caused by excess capacities and low major-loss expenditure, particularly in European markets, low interest rates - likely to remain even lower for even longer due to the coronavirus pandemic - are impacting the profitability of reinsurers, Munich Re said.
The coronavirus pandemic and resulting lockdowns have had a significant impact on commercial and specialty lines of insurance, both in terms of claims volumes and financial impact, according to the Report "Covid-19: Changing claims pattern
", released by AGCS - the corporate insurance carrier of ALLIANZ Group.
Lloyd's of London announced it has made charitable donations totaling GBP 12 million to 197 charities worldwide, to support customers and communities - in response to the global spread of COVID-19.
The seventh edition of its Future Risks Report recently published by French insurer AXA highlights health as a major issue moving pandemic risk into top spot.
The "ERGO Risk Report 2020 EXTRA", conducted by the independent market research institute "HEUTE UND MORGEN" in mid-September, clarifies that the corona crisis has changed the perception of risks and opportunities considerably - but has also encouraged Germans to be more open for digital innovations.
Zurich Insurance Group and the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment at the University of Oxford launched a new report about COVID-19 issues. Based on two global surveys and interviews with business leaders, the study to address issues affecting working people worldwide, including the digitalization of the economy, the need for continuous education, and the fragility of many national social protection systems.
The company DUNAV osiguranje is the first on the Serbian market to offer, since October 1, a travel insurance policy for all destinations in the world, which includes the Covid 19 risk. The policy will be without a time limit for return.
The Council of the Croatian Financial Services Supervisory Agency (HANFA) discussed, among other things, the impact of the corona crisis on the financial services sector and the possible introduction of euro currency in Croatia with its effects on the financial markets.
Global re/insurance broker Aon announced it launches its Virtual Reinsurance Renewal Season, calling for the re/insurance industry to collaborate to bring capital closer to clients' needs and drive growth across the global insurance ecosystem.
WILLIS TOWERS WATSON (WTW) and the World Economic Forum (WEF) have published "Human Capital as an Asset: An Accounting Framework to Reset the Value of Talent in the New World of Work," a new white paper that provides organizations with a model to reshape how they value and make decisions about their workforces in a post-COVID-19 world of work.
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted the professional and personal lives of millions of U.S. employees, causing a significant portion to seek help for their mental health.
Over half (58%) of non-retired people aged 45-60 are worried they will not have enough money to provide an adequate standard of living in their retirement according to a new survey by AVIVA, yet over a fifth (21%) of non-retired people in this age group are not taking action to strengthen their retirement income.
Due to the uncertain situation regarding the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic and the consequent unclear impacts of the epidemic on the economy and the insurance industry, the Slovenian Insurance Supervision Agency recommends that insurance, reinsurance and pension companies even after 1 October 2020 suspend dividend payments.
Half (49%) of employed British adults feel positive about the prospect of returning to their place of work after lockdown, with less than one in five (18%) feeling negative, an AVIVA study shows.