Engaging in dialogue with our stakeholders

We engage in regular dialogue with our stakeholders. By co-creating knowledge and sharing expertise, we help society advance effective responses to key risks and challenges.

Our re/insurance solutions help our clients and partners manage the risks they face. This in turn fosters stability and enables economic growth. However, many of today’s risks are complex and may threaten sustainable progress. To find effective, long-term responses to such risks, partners from the public and the private sector need to work together. For this reason, we attach great importance to engaging in an active dialogue with our principal stakeholders, which include:

  • Clients: cedents, brokers, corporates, government entities, multilateral organisations, non-governmental organisations (NGOs)
  • Financial community: investors/shareholders, rating agencies, shareholder associations, stock exchanges
  • Employees
  • Political and legal entities: multilateral organisations, governments, regulators, standard-setting boards
  • Civil society: general public, NGOs, academia

We share, exchange and co-create knowledge through many channels, eg our publications, international dialogue platforms, and client and partner events, as well as cooperation with governments, nongovernmental organisations, and academic institutions. Swiss Re Institute plays a key role in our stakeholder dialogue.

Dialogue on our 2030 Sustainability Ambitions

The three 2030 Sustainability Ambitions of our Group Sustainability Strategy are important focal points of our stakeholder dialogue. You can find specific information on these activities here:

Collaboration with (inter-)governmental and academic institutions

As part of our stakeholder dialogue we regularly work together with (inter-)governmental and academic institutions. You can find an overview of such partnerships here.


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