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Industry Pulse about Communication, Insurance & Environment

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5 Problems Communicators Can Help Brands Solve


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2020 has brought an onslaught of new challenges that brands can't ignore. Consumers are spending less, employees are navigating new workspaces, and stakeholders are increasingly concerned about the bottom line.

As a communicator, your approach to these subjects is key to delivering the right message. In this white paper, we walk through 5 major problems brands are facing right now and how you can help solve them

From keeping your team aligned to monitoring the media to prepare for what’s to come, stay on top and become your brand’s secret weapon.

  • How to keep your team aligned with comprehensive tools

  • The importance of cohesive internal and external messaging

  • Why you need a consistently updated database of media contacts

  • And other major pain points that communicators can solve


For more details about 5 Problems Communicators Can Help Brands Solve, please click here.



Insurance Growth Report 2021


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The outlook for the insurance industry at the start of 2021 is characterised by uncertainty. How high will losses from COVID-19 climb and for how long? How deep will the recession run and which markets will be most affected? As insolvencies rise, what will the impact be on claims, on demand for insurance and on gross written premiums?


The collapse in share prices in early 2020 has yet to recover; many insurers are currently trading at a discount. Investment returns – already under pressure after years of low interest rates – have become even harder to find. Yet against this backdrop and that of a hardening market, insurance businesses around the world are scenting opportunities, becoming increasingly bold and creative as they look beyond the pandemic to deliver the growth that shareholders demand.


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For more details about Insurance Growth Report 2021 - what you need to know, please click here.



Climate change risk and liability report 2021

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Much has changed since we published our first climate risk report two years ago, at a time when it was still a relatively nascent boardroom issue for businesses outside the energy sector. The countdown to net zero carbon emissions has now truly begun and developments around climate change risk and regulation are accelerating, with implications for all industries.


The 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow in November this year is likely to set the pace in terms of defining and strengthening the policy response. Since achieving net zero will require significant investment as well as regulation, this could create major opportunities for businesses, as well as risks.


As companies build resilience, the importance of good governance cannot be overestimated. Putting climate risk awareness at the heart of decision-making and embedding it into both strategy and culture at all levels of an organisation is an important step.


Since legal considerations extend beyond environmental law and regulation to areas like asset management, finance, insurance, tax and many more, businesses are looking to their lawyers for deep knowledge of all the issues and out-of-the-box thinking to guide them through the transition.


At Clyde & Co, we have developed market-leading expertise and a reputation for innovation in this space. In this report, we look at many of the key issues, from recent and emerging developments in this area, to how organisations can best position themselves to withstand shocks and seize the initiative so that they can help to deliver a future that is sustainable for themselves, and for all of us.


For more details about Climate change risk and liability report 2021 - what you need to know, please click here.


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