Of the 446 insurance filings in Q3 2023, ESG had the most mentions overall.

In July, it was mentioned 4,278 times, in August, 1,620 times, and in September, 386 times. The only month it was beaten in was August as deal making received 1,811 mentions.

This theme was second over Q3 2023 and received 1,258 mentions in July and 361 in September.

Those two weren’t the only themes that were mentioned over a thousand times in Q3 2023 in insurance filings. Environment (1,375), financial services (1,070) and climate change (1,253) all received over that in July 2023.

Furthermore, M&A hit that number in August with 1,245.

Other topics in the top 10 included geopolitics, demographics and Covid-19.

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