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In a year of ongoing change caused by geopolitical tensions and uncertain economic challenges, CEOs continue to face an evolving landscape. With swirling changes across the industry, we surveyed 134 insurance CEOs as part of the KPMG 2022 CEO Outlook, to gather their insights and perspectives on how to remain relevant and ahead of the competition by navigating through key topics impacting the insurance industry over the next 3 years.

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The KPMG 2022 Insurance CEO Outlook

Discover key trends impacting the insurance sector and priorities for the next 3 years.

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90 %

Percent of insurance CEOs believe a recession is likely in the next 12 months

87 %

Indicated confidence for growth prospects in the industry versus their own organization

77 %

Have a strategy in place to drive digital transformation to remain relevant and competitive

59 %

Are seeing increased demand from stakeholders for reporting and transparency on ESG issues

77 %

Believe that their organization is under extra pressure to increase reporting of global tax contributions

78 %

Believe they have a responsibility to drive greater social mobility

(Source: KPMG 2022 CEO Outlook, KPMG International, October 2022)

Insurers are mostly well aligned with regulatory sustainability reporting, however there are also increasing needs to provide ESG related information to customers and other shareholders. Insurers are also focusing on how to estimate and eventually adapt to ESG's impact to their business.

Timo Nummi
Audit & Assurance Partner
KPMG Finland

Starting, or continuing to drive technology enabled business transformation to achieve more efficient and resilient operations for the future customer needs will be high on many insurers’ agenda.

Kim Kalpio
Advisory Director
Insurance Industry Lead
KPMG Finland

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