Why companies must face up to the risk of flooding

Flooding
Businesses and insurers need to explore alternative measures to combat flood damage.

A one-size-fits-all approach to combatting flood damage will not work, says Ruth Welch, Senior Vice President, Real Estate & Construction.

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