Cyber attacks and terrorism perceived as main emerging risks for 2015

According to a Guy Carpenter & Co.' survey during the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI)'s general meeting, the main emerging risks that insurers will have to face in 2015 are cyber attacks (40% of the vote), terrorism (31%) and climate change (29%).

The panel of professionals surveyed considers these risks as the most likely to threaten the upcoming year's growth and profitability. Opinions about the drivers of growth are divided between implementation of new products (40%), expansion into new geographic markets (23%), access to new distribution channels (17%) and mergers & acquisitions (14%).

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