CCR urges French insurers to improve agricultural risk modelling

Significant reforms to country's public natcat reinsurance occurred during 2022


The beacon for CCR's risk management

Jérôme Isenbart, group chief risk officer for France's public reinsurer Caisse Centrale de Réassurance, explains to Ronan McCaughey the organisation's approach to risk management and lessons to be learnt from the Covid-19 pandemic


Insurtech weekly: Waterdrop, Verily, Swiss Re, Element, Claimsforce, Accredited, Surround Insurance

InsuranceERM's round-up of the latest fundraisings, partnerships and developments in insurance technology


Dorian not expected to cost insurers more than $10bn, say loss experts

Change of predicted trajectory meant US escaped severe damage


CCR wins "state aid" legal challenge brought by Scor

Scor alleged CCR held a virtual monopoly over the French natural catastrophe reinsurance market


RMS targets efficient accumulation risk management with data schema

Insurers have identified a need to better understand how risk accumulates across different business lines. Paul Walsh talks to RMS's Andrew Coburn to understand how the firm's new data schema will help.


CCR, Lancashire reshuffle risk and actuarial roles

French reinsurer and UK/Bermuda speciality insurer make internal appointments


Earth, wind and fire: the catalogue of catastrophe losses for Q3/4

Estimated losses from the Californian mudslides are being revealed


Early estimates for Irma's insured losses reach $60bn

Deluges inland in US could follow wind and storm surge damage in Caribbean