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  • Insurance has been a "sleeping giant" on climate change

    24 June 2024

    Howden's Rowan Douglas says insurance sector is now becoming embedded in the transition

  • The mixed picture for life backbook deals in Europe

    24 June 2024

    While life backbook consolidation in Germany seems to have stalled, in Spain it's a more a case of 'full steam ahead', David Walker finds

  • Howden finds $10trn of insurance coverage needed for net-zero transition

    24 June 2024

    Market may struggle to respond as demand for physical risks coverage will also surge

  • Prudential to return $2bn of capital after rating agencies clarify IFRS 17 position

    24 June 2024

    Moody's confirms half of CSM included in leverage ratio

  • Maz Bown to become Direct Line's group CRO

    24 June 2024

    Bown previously served as CRO for UK general insurance and health at Aviva

  • Maryland names Joy Hatchette as interim insurance commissioner

    24 June 2024
  • Ivass warns Italians about shortfalls in natcat policies

    24 June 2024

    Italian insurers' SFCRs spell out difficulties in assessing costly natcat risk

  • German health insurers' premiums grew 2.8% in 2023, trade body figures show

    24 June 2024
  • Domestic & General's group CRO Tom Hughes to leave the role

    21 June 2024

    He won CRO of the year in InsuranceERM's UK & Europe awards 2023

  • PE and insurance: perception versus reality

    21 June 2024

    Private equity and alternative asset manager-owned life insurers have been accused of making risky investments and running opaque businesses intent on making a fast buck. The facts may not bear this out, as Sarfraz Thind reports in the first of a two-part article