Archive

  • CROs' secrets of success for managing third-party and digital risks

    31 May 2024

    Risk experts explain how insurers can improve operational and third-party risk management, what works for them, and the impact of new regulations in this area. Ronan McCaughey reports

  • Life ILS markets feel the heat from high rates

    29 May 2024

    It has been a tough period for the life insurance-linked securities (ILS) market, afflicted by higher interest rates and unexpected losses. But participants are hopeful of a revival, as Christopher Cundy reports

  • "Jump in and see what AI could bring you"

    27 May 2024

    Insurers are making bigger strides into artificial intelligence (AI) and generative artificial intelligence (GenAI), but remain focused on specific use cases for the technology. Paul Walsh reports

  • Painting women back into the picture

    23 May 2024

    Lockton's Clarissa Franks explains how a partnership with Tate Britain highlights the parallels between the challenges faced by women in the arts and in the insurance industry. Joshua Geer reports

  • ClimateWise refreshes principles as insurance sector plots net-zero transition

    21 May 2024

    The 17-year-old climate change initiative is evolving in response to market developments. Programme director Sid Miller explains the changes to Christopher Cundy and why they matter

  • The insurance implications of a US presidential election

    17 May 2024

    Polarised politics, civil disorder and cyber-attacks are just some of the concerns insurance experts have raised about the build-up to the November election and its outcome. Paul Walsh reports

  • Peter Bosshard's parting message to insurers: tell your grandkids you did the right thing

    16 May 2024

    As he heads into retirement, the veteran campaigner talks to Joshua Geer about climate activism and how insurers are managing the low-carbon transition

  • Solvency II risk margin reform liberates at least £13bn of capital for UK insurers

    13 May 2024

    InsuranceERM analysis of top 20 insurers reveal companies with largest savings

  • Cyber risk is systematically priced in the capital markets: evidence from the Target cyber-attack

    09 May 2024

    In the second part of their article on quantifying and pricing cyber risk, Tim Freestone and Malcolm McLelland respond to reader queries and share further proof of their theory

  • The emission cost of disasters: a new class of transition risks?

    07 May 2024

    Post-disaster reconstruction comes at a heavy environmental cost - and there are questions over who is responsible for paying. But the risk is as much an opportunity for insurers, as Manuel Lonfat explains