Policy and Regulation

'Uninsurable' transition risks leave companies exposed to protection gaps

Lack of insurance to support companies’ decarbonisation plans and diverging views on the insurability of transition risk are widening protection gaps and making risk transfer more complex.

An increase in so-called risk protection gaps – a calculation of the difference between insured losses versus total losses – is raising ...

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