AIG website: http://www.aig.com
Ceres...praised AIG, the world's largest insurer, for becoming the first U.S.-based insurance company to adopt a policy to manage the risks and capture the business opportunities posed by climate change... AIG's new policy comes at a time when U.S....
Author: David E Bloom, Lakshmi Reddy Bloom, David Steven, Mark Weston, World Economic Forum
[Case study section refers to American International Group (AIG), AngloGold, Anglovaal Mining, BTN, Barrick Gold, BMW, BP, Chevron, DaimlerChrysler, Geita Gold Mine, GM, Gold Fields, IBM, Lafarge, JW Marriott Hotel, Ricky Putra Globalindo, Modicare ...
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Author: Rebecca A. Stoil, Jerusalem Post
Meretz Chair MK Zehava Gal-On petitioned the High Court of Justice on Sunday to prevent the AIG insurance company from selling an insurance policy that includes coverage for high-ranking corporate employees accused of sexual harassment...Gal-On...
Author: Yuval Yoaz, Haaretz [Israel]
MK Zahava Gal-On (Meretz) petitioned the High Court on Sunday to stop the sale of an insurance policy that guards its holder against financial penalty should he be found guilty of sexual harassment. She named Attorney General Menachem Mazuz, the...
Author: Diane Levick, Hartford Courant [USA]
Insurance companies, which face costly threats from global climate change, should assess their risk better and help look for solutions as well as opportunities to devise new kinds of coverage to fill unmet needs, industry experts and public officials...
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Author: SustainAbility & WWF
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