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Best’s Review Explores New Climate Risk Regulation Challenges for Insurers

OLDWICK, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–In a new article, Best’s Review identifies and examines some of the new climate-related regulations that are having an impact on insurers in every line of business.

“There’s going to be a series of pretty profound changes for insurers that have not up until now had to consider these factors in their decision-making,” says attorney Thomas Dawson, a partner at McDermott Will & Emery LLP. Analysts recommend companies stay engaged and adapt to changes, many of which concern disclosure and governance. Read the full story, “Rising Tide in Climate Risk-Regulation Presents New Challenges for Insurers.”

Best’s Review is AM Best’s monthly insurance magazine, covering emerging issues and trends and evaluating their impact on the marketplace. The complete content of Best’s Review is available here.

AM Best is a global credit rating agency, news publisher and data analytics provider specializing in the insurance industry. Headquartered in the United States, the company does business in over 100 countries with regional offices in London, Amsterdam, Dubai, Hong Kong, Singapore and Mexico City. For more information, visit www.ambest.com.

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Patricia Vowinkel
Executive Editor, Best’s Review®
+1 908 439 2200, ext. 5540
patricia.vowinkel@ambest.com

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