Executive Summary

The Lloyd’s City Risk Index, based on original
research by the Centre for Risk Studies at Cambridge
University’s Judge Business School, measures the GDP@Risk of
279 cities across the world from 22 threats in five
categories: finance, economics and trade; geopolitics and
security; health and humanity; natural catastrophe and
climate; and technology and space. The cities in the index
are some of the world’s leading cities, which together
generate 41% of global GDP

The data contained in this report will help policymakers,
businesses and insurers make cities more resilient. Risk is
managed most effectively by societies which anticipate and
learn from each disruptive event, making the next
generation safer.

Read the Executive Summary for an overview of the index’s results.