Archive

  • US property rate debate rages as natcats soar

    08 February 2024

    Demands for higher rates for homeowners coverage are creating tensions among consumer groups, regulators and underwriters. Sarfraz Thind reports on attempts to sustain the market as natural catastrophe losses mount

  • Inducements debate throws RIS into the slow lane

    06 February 2024

    With the end of the current political mandate in sight and the legislative calendar looking busy, the Retail Investment Strategy now has to overcome a tight deadline and contentious points of debate. Joshua Geer reports

  • Lloyd's association 2024 priorities include technical expertise and talent development

    23 January 2024
  • Tribunal panel delays decision on actuary's anti-Islamic tweets

    17 January 2024

    Determination set to be made in two months' time

  • I needed to speak up against "evil" Islam, says actuary accused of misconduct

    16 January 2024

    Institute and Faculty of Actuaries' disciplinary tribunal against Patrick Lee continues

  • Disciplinary hearing begins against actuary accused of anti-Islamic tweets

    15 January 2024

    Institute and Faculty of Actuaries takes action against Patrick Lee

  • Society of Actuaries in Ireland names Brian Grimes as chief executive

    05 January 2024
  • German natcat claims rise to €4.9bn in 2023, says GDV

    29 December 2023
  • EU agrees rules on recovery and resolution of failing insurers

    15 December 2023

    Harmonised recovery regime will apply to 60% of national insurance markets

  • Electric vehicles pose problems as insurers charge up for net zero

    13 December 2023

    The shift towards EVs presents new risks for insurers, but also an opportunity as a means for reaching net-zero targets, as Joshua Geer reports