Governments must get better at preparing for and managing natural catastrophe risks if they are to reduce risk. That is the opinion of Nikolaus von Bomhard, CEO of Munich Re and former chairman of the Geneva Association – an economic think tank, which held a press briefing in London to coincide with its 40thanniversary.
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Insurance, Governments, Disaster Management, Nikolaus von Bomhard, Michael Butt, Geneva Association, Margareta Wahlström, Insurers’ contributions to disaster reduction