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The Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock and the World Food Program (WFP), gave more than 4,300 small farmers in the country an insurance policy, which will be effective in case weather problems affect their crops.
Hiring an insurance policy is an investment for the future, that is why it is important to compare options and select the service you think is the most adequate, in order to be able to face unexpected problems that may disrupt the family's normality.
The percentage of managers who include the adoption and development of sustainability and ESG issues among their strategic priorities has increased seven points in the last three years (from 25% in 2021 to 32% in 2023), according to the 'ESG Perspectives in Spain 2023' report conducted by KPMG in collaboration with CEOE.
The Ministerio de Agricultura together with the World Food Program of the United Nations, delivered to 3000 food producers, microinsurance to protect them against natural phenomena that may damage crops.
Insurance is embarking on numerous risks, but if there is one thing that comes naturally to the insurance industry, it is to align with them and turn them into an opportunity. With this vision, Petra Hielkema, president of EIOPA, has unpacked a series of challenges facing the European insurance sector for the coming years with digitalization at the forefront.
Last year, 449 mergers and acquisitions (M&A) were completed worldwide in the insurance sector, up from 418 the previous year. This is the highest number in the last decade, according to a report by global law firm Clyde & Co.
According to Bloomberg magazine, close to 2 million small farmers in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras who operate without insurance despite the increased frequency of hurricanes in recent months, will receive support from international institutions such as the World Bank.
Vacation rental app Airbnb has launched new travel insurance for its guests. Specifically, this product will be ready to market in the spring.
Insurance is a financial instrument that allows individuals, companies and the State to transfer their risks to a third party -person or company-, through the payment of a sum of money.