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Client conversation starters

Here are some handy one pagers and presentations to share with your clients, containing exclusive insights and in-depth findings on the latest developments in systemic risk.

We know that you may not have had the time to read our emerging risk reports thoroughly, so we have provided these summary papers and presentations that you can share with clients as conversation starters. They contain the key findings and statistics from each report; mitigating actions or best practices for managing these risks; guidance on insurance solutions; and additional learning resources.

Climate Action

Greener industry - construction and finance

With a unique view of the climate crisis, the global insurance industry has a critical role to play in supporting clients’ transition to a low carbon economy. The construction and finance sectors have undoubtedly contributed towards the increase in global carbon emissions, however they also both possess powerful tools to limit the impacts of climate change. This short summary explores how the (re)insurance industry can help your clients unlock opportunities when operating more sustainably while navigating the ever-changing risk landscape.

Greener transport - aviation, maritime and electric vehicles

The insurance industry stands ready to support clients as they drive towards more sustainable transport operations. This summary delves into what clients should be thinking about as they review the green credentials of their business’ transport usage.

Greener energy

The insurance industry has an important role to play in supporting the offshore wind, nuclear and hydrogen energy sectors with their transition ambitions. This summary delves into what clients should be thinking about as they review their business’ energy sources and work towards transitioning to greener alternatives.

Intangible Assets

Safeguarding your intangible assets: A short guide for risk owners

Co-produced by Lloyd’s and KPMG, this guide is a high-level summary for risk owners to help you assess your organisation’s awareness and management of key areas of intangible asset value.  It begins with an introduction to the key areas of intangible asset value, followed by a deep-dive into the three highlighted intangible asset groups:

  • Reputational risk - page 7
  • Human capital risk - page 9
  • Intellectual property risk - page 11

You can use the checklist included with each of the highlighted intangible asset groups to see how your organisation currently compares against some risk management fundamentals, while picking up key takeaways for managing these risks moving forwards.

Or access our intangible assets report series:

Lloyd’s research

Our reports explore the latest thinking on emerging risks and the implications for insurance. Choose one of the below options to access them.