• ICS remains stuck in the transatlantic rift

    16 October 2023

    Thomas Sullivan, ex-Federal Reserve insurance chief, talks to Sarfraz Thind about his fight against the imposition of "European" capital standards on US markets

  • Transparency with teeth: UK regulator explains expectations on D&I

    11 October 2023

    The Financial Conduct Authority's Alicia Kedzierski justified the non-prescriptive and disclosure-based approach to improving diversity and inclusion, at yesterday's ABI event. Joshua Geer reports

  • Quantum computing in insurance

    10 October 2023

    The emergence of super-powerful computing technologies creates opportunities and risks for insurers, as Vidyut Navelkar, Sridhar CV and Felix Schachter explore

  • WWF talks insurance: it's not just for pandas anymore

    06 October 2023

    WWF's head of sustainable finance, Amandine Favier, sits down with Joshua Geer to explain why the NGO is working with insurers and her expectations for the industry

  • Eiopa's third-country reinsurance rules must strike a delicate balance

    04 October 2023

    Achieving sound risk management while avoiding protectionism is crucial for addressing coverage gaps, argues Carlos Montalvo Rebuelta

  • Sharpening the aim on scope 3 emissions

    03 October 2023

    Value chain data is a necessary but notoriously difficult part of insurers' greenhouse gas emissions reporting. Joshua Geer explains the current challenges and sources of hope on scope 3 emissions

  • UK's MA reforms: with great flexibility comes great responsibility

    28 September 2023

    Insurers can look forward to including assets with "highly predictable" cash flows and more sub-investment grade assets into their matching adjustment portfolios, but at the expense of stricter risk management. Christopher Cundy reports

  • Bermuda rewrites the rulebook

    27 September 2023

    The BMA's regulatory revamp for the island's insurance industry is set for liftoff. It could remove one of the key advantages insurers have sought setting up there, as Sarfraz Thind reports

  • Dive In 2023: Improving DEI will be key to making the industry more attractive to talent

    25 September 2023

    Lloyd's of London's head of culture Mark Lomas talks to Paul Walsh about the importance of the Dive In festival, designed to promote diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the insurance industry

  • Reinsurers expand their risk radars, but usual suspects aren't far away

    21 September 2023

    The emerging risks identified by reinsurers at the annual Rendez-Vous de Septembre (RVS) event included some familiar foes and new additions, but all are being targeted with confidence. Paul Walsh reports