Fifteen insurance giants were accused of “threatening people’s futures”, after The Ferret revealed their involvement in underwriting North Sea oil fields.
Brokers based in London are introducing clients to a controversial Bermudian insurer which was set up by the oil industry.
A firm in Bermuda is providing insurance coverage to companies behind two of the biggest and most controversial new oil fields in the North Sea.
The UN climate envoy, Mark Carney, is a senior leader at an investment firm which owns a key piece of infrastructure set to be used at the Rosebank oil field.
Campaigners argued that the insurance companies had recognised that allowing "new fields to proceed goes against climate science".
Firm which owns the Cambo oil field is on a United Nations blacklist for doing business in Israeli-occupied West Bank settlements,