Group
Climate variability, the increased frequency and severity of certain extreme events, and the growing vulnerability of modern societies to natural hazards have thrown down the gauntlet, challenging us to adapt to climate change. Tackling and addressing the associated risks is a global and shared responsibility.
Group Investments
SCOR is pleased to announce the release of its 2019 Sustainable Investment Report.
Life
At SCOR we are working on model interpretability because we believe that we have a duty to provide every applicant with transparent risk assessments that provide them with a path forward to understand an outcome.
Group
In its latest report, the CRO Forum analyzes the carbon footprinting of insurance companies’ underwriting portfolios.
Life
In the last few weeks, we’ve seen a massive shift in our industry as clients and partners have worked tirelessly to support life insurance applicants and distributors, since traditional fluid-based underwriting protocols have been severely disrupted. As an organization, SCOR has been committed to reinventing the underwriting process through our Underwriting Reimagined strategy.
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P&C
21Jul17
The risk of a volcanic eruption close to a major world city is increasing. Is the reinsurance industry prepared for the potential losses?
Group
29Jun17
SCOR publishes its very first ESG Report on investments, in compliance with Article 173 of the French law on energy transition for green growth. What does ESG mean for us exactly?
Group
21Jun17
Régis Bettinger, Quantitative Financial Risk Analyst at SCOR, Michel Dacorogna (DEAR-Consulting, former SCOR Scientific Advisor) and Jeta Limani (former SCOR trainee), have written a SCOR Paper on the benefits of diversification in reinsurance portfolios.
Life
07Jun17
At SCOR’s Life & Health division in the Americas, Mary Bahna-Nolan, Executive Vice President, Head of Life R&D, and David Wylde, Director, Actuary - Experience Analysis, analyze the latest release from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding current trends in US population mortality. They compare the data with SCOR’s portfolio, and discuss the differences between the country’s insured population and the general population.
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