If ageing is not inevitable, what future for life and health insurance?
Scientific advances offer opportunities for underwriters, according to Phoenix's Roy Ben-David
Life industry globally has largely failed to close mortality gap, says Swiss Re
Complex product suite still being "bought, not sold"
Insurers have "never been so relevant", says Axa's CEO
The chief executive was speaking at the Insurance Europe conference in Paris
Ricardo Lara says Californians are covered even as insurers flee the state
Rate hike moratorium has seen State Farm and Allstate exit in recent times
Regulation takes away oxygen to grow green business, says Insurance Europe president
Andreas Brandstetter also hits out at the EU Commission's retail investment strategy
Value of new business leaps 35% at FWD as China reopens Hong Kong border
Switch to IFRS 17 will increase shareholders' equity and raise operating profit figures
BaFin warns life firms about using reinsurance
German regulator is watching insureds' profit-participation is not eroded
Inga Beale: product innovation is not achieved by adding exclusions
The former Lloyd's chief talks to David Walker about her frustrations with the insurance sector and why firms must be more diverse, use technology and think more creatively, in order to better serve their customers