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  • Japanese life firms' profits improve as Covid costs recede

    20 May 2024

    Japan Post Insurance and T&D Holdings both benefitted from new laws on deemed hospitalisation

  • WTW lends support to earthquake parametric policy in Papua New Guinea

    20 May 2024
  • NAIC Forum: expect ICS in place this year, says IAIS's Jonathon Dixon

    17 May 2024

    Industry asks International Association of Insurance Supervisors to move on from standard setting

  • Insurers updated on incoming UK sustainability reporting standards

    17 May 2024

    Rules to come into effect for insurers accounts on 1 January 2026 at the earliest

  • "Hard to argue we're not expensive" concedes Lloyd's markets chief, amid new fee proposal

    17 May 2024

    Patrick Tiernan explained revised plans for market access charges

  • Lloyd's looks to strengthen its reputation for claims management

    17 May 2024

    Chief of markets Patrick Tiernan wary of Lloyd's losing business unintentionally

  • The insurance implications of a US presidential election

    17 May 2024

    Polarised politics, civil disorder and cyber-attacks are just some of the concerns insurance experts have raised about the build-up to the November election and its outcome. Paul Walsh reports

  • Scor has no appetite for higher frequency risks, despite demand

    17 May 2024

    CEO Thierry Léger acknowledges gap between market demand and supply

  • Spain's life sector consolidation continues in 2023, regulator reports

    17 May 2024

    Life premiums expected to grow this year, but at slower pace than 2023's 36% surge

  • Lloyd's US general liability book concerns "not just noise", says market chief

    16 May 2024

    Patrick Tiernan described the situation surrounding the line as "sub-optimal"