Archive

  • Climate change not the biggest driver of insured natural catastrophe losses

    13 June 2024

    Forecasting impact of climate remains an inexact science, says Swiss Re's US head of property underwriting

  • Insurers facing issues in quantifying nature risk in Orsas

    11 June 2024

    ASR's Esther Egeter cited challenges around data shortages and the typical timespan of an Orsa

  • New York senator proposes bill to ban insurer fossil fuel underwriting

    11 June 2024

    Fossil fuel is main cause of climate change acceleration, says bill

  • Insurers not always honest in rate filing process, says California commissioner Lara

    10 June 2024

    Regulator is aiming to rebuild trust with insurers and solve insurance crisis

  • Southern German floods likely to cost insurers €2bn, says GDV

    10 June 2024

    June inundations in Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg bring major losses

  • ECA 2024: Sustainable disclosures not just for Europe, it's a worldwide movement

    07 June 2024

    EFRAG responds to question about the burden of Europe's sustainability regulation

  • Climate change not primary driver of insurance hike and collapse of industry is not imminent

    06 June 2024

    Expensive liberal policies not climate to blame for market dynamics, says Iowa Senator Grassley

  • FIS brings out climate risk financial modelling tool

    05 June 2024
  • MS Amlin and Howden showcase nature-related opportunities in ClimateWise initiative

    05 June 2024

    Case studies reveal how insurers can finance projects that preserve nature and biodiversity

  • TNFD blossoms in Japan as insurers begin nature reporting journey

    05 June 2024

    Joshua Geer reports on how firms in Japan and beyond are approaching the task of disclosing nature-related risks and opportunities