Archive

  • Law firms identify consumer protection regulation as top risk for insurers

    24 May 2024

    The Global Insurance Law Connect publishes its annual risk report

  • Monument Re slips to loss after quiet 2023

    24 May 2024

    Bermudian life reinsurer and consolidator only completes one acquisition deal

  • Noaa issues "above-normal" 2024 North Atlantic hurricane season prediction

    24 May 2024

    La Nina and increased ocean temperatures are cited as major drivers

  • Florida points to insurance improvement as rates stabilise

    24 May 2024

    The state is rolling back climate policies as it calls ESG a "loser"

  • Global premiums grew at fastest rate in 18 years in 2023, Allianz research finds

    24 May 2024

    Global Insurance Report predicts a cooling in growth rate over coming decade

  • French insurers improve responses in second climate stress test

    23 May 2024

    A total of 15 insurance groups, representing 90% of the market, voluntarily responded to the supervisor's request

  • Insurers demand ambitious agenda from winner of UK general election

    23 May 2024

    Amanda Blanc calls for investments into infrastructure to be accelerated

  • Concerns over PE-insurance model resonate in Bermuda

    23 May 2024

    Worries that insurer failure onshore could diminish island's standing, according to Skadden report

  • Grant Thornton: AI shunned by general insurers for capital modelling

    23 May 2024

    Igloo was cited as the most popular platform for capital modelling by UK non-life insurers

  • Painting women back into the picture

    23 May 2024

    Lockton's Clarissa Franks explains how a partnership with Tate Britain highlights the parallels between the challenges faced by women in the arts and in the insurance industry. Joshua Geer reports