October 24, 2022
Over the last year, economic and geopolitical challenges have added a new layer of uncertainty to the disruptions caused by the Covid pandemic and the climate crisis. Meanwhile, almost 70% of the general public believe that insurers will have an important role to play in mitigating future risks. At AXA, we are determined to play our full part.
I see this as the greatest risk that threatens us: the feeling of powerlessness. It is as true today as it has ever been that only action will enable us to meet the challenges we face. This requires, first and foremost, our ability to build consensus and to act collectively.
Find out the emerging trends in this video with Thomas Buberl, AXA Group CEO and Ian Bremmer, President of the Eurasia Group and GZERO Media:
The report finds that the main risks in the next five to ten years will relate to climate change, geopolitical tensions, cyber security risks and energy risks.
The 2022 AXA Future Risk Report is a global study examining the emerging risks threatening our planet. For this ninth edition, 4,500 experts from over 50 countries and 20,000 respondents from the general public contributed to the survey. This report is produced in partnership with the IPSOS research institute and the geopolitical analysis consultancy Eurasia Group.