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  • BMS estimates US insured losses from Beryl could hit $1.2bn

    09 July 2024
  • Actuaries urge insurers to stay grounded on Gen AI dreams and nightmares

    09 July 2024

    Generative artificial intelligence might be 'just another tool', but it's one whose potential risks and opportunities demand close attention, as Joshua Geer reports from the European Congress of Actuaries

  • Butch Bacani puts forward his five-year vision for climate transition plans

    09 July 2024

    Eventually a move to "hard regulation" will be needed, he says

  • Insurers need government and regulators to step up on nature, says UK TNFD engagement lead

    09 July 2024

    Current environment is not conducive for insurers to underwrite and invest with nature in mind

  • Ageas CEO praises the UN's FIT net zero insurance forum

    09 July 2024

    Hans De Cuyper said the Belgian insurer will "definitely study" whether to join the forum

  • Anthony Williams takes up international CRO role at SiriusPoint

    09 July 2024
  • UK matching adjustment benefit rises to £78bn

    09 July 2024

    More business for bulk annuity insurers, as interest rates dip

  • Resolution Life reveals strong Australasian tilt in re/insurer's investor base

    09 July 2024

    Over half of group's backers are in Asia Pacific; one quarter are insurers

  • BaFin asks German insurers if they really need Solvency II transitional measures

    09 July 2024

    GDV expects "vast majority" of German insurers are solid without transitionals

  • Inflation outlook impacted by tight labour market, says BoE's Jonathan Haskel

    08 July 2024