Ceres released last month the first analysis of the insurer climate change disclosures submitted to state regulators pursuant to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners rule. The report is eye-opening. The authors have combed through the disclosures of 88 insurance companies and offer thoughtful insights on, for example, investment practices, management structure and modeling. Those seeking to advance their bottom line will find nuggets of information directly related to competitive advantage.
J. Wylie Donald has written a series of three blog posts on this important new analysis. You can read the blog posts on the LexisNexis Insurance Law Community here:
Ceres and a Series of Serious Thoughts About the NAIC Climate Disclosures - Part I.
Ceres and a Series of Serious Thoughts About the NAIC Climate Disclosures - Part II.
Ceres and a Series of Serious Thoughts About the NAIC Climate Disclosures - Part III.
J. Wylie Donald, a partner at McCarter & English, LLP, counsels and litigates for clients on insurance coverage, environmental and products liability matters. Mr. Donald co-chairs the firm's Climate Change and Renewable Energy Practice. He draws on his substantial environmental experience, his prior non-legal technical work, and his deep involvement in risk management to assist clients in understanding and controlling the coming regulatory and non-regulatory impacts of climate change. He has tried cases and argued appeals in the state courts in New Jersey and Maryland, conducted private arbitrations and mediations, and argued motions in federal courts across the nation.
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