Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the options open to future generations – this is the definition of sustainability and also one of the core concerns of the insurance industry.
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Insurers are major institutional investors with a long-term investment horizon and a preference for safety.
The relationship between climate change and biodiversity, why every company needs climate-compatible strategies and how young employees can be used as a sounding board for sustainability.
Focus on further development of self-regulation and dialogue with the authorities
At Building Bridges, SVV partnered with the Principles for Sustainable Insurance (PSI) to organise a panel discussion on sustainability in underwriting.
The fourth sustainability report of the insurance industry provides information on the industry's wide-ranging measures in the area of environmental, financial and social sustainability.
In its fourth year now, the private insurers’ sustainability report has demonstrated that sustainability is taken into account at all stages in the value chain.
The Principles for Sustainable Insurance serve as a global framework for insurers for integrating ESG criteria into their business processes.
Sustainable finance aims to fulfil sustainability targets through a targeted flow of funds. But it’s about more than just climate-neutral investment.
With their six indicators, the Swiss Climate Scores create transparency and promote investment decisions that contribute to achieving climate goals.