Inga Beale: acting on global warming "is the right thing to do" as NZIA deteriorates
Former Lloyd's CEO acknowledges "how difficult the rhetoric in the US can be"
AI can allow smaller risks to be covered, actuaries hear
Esko Kivisaari said insurers should ensure that AI extends insurance cover
Warning that 'green' capital charges could prompt under-reserving for risk
.Actuaries warn of "moving away from the strict actuarial approach" as climate change looms
Actuaries urged to change view on data 'fairness'
During the International Congress of Actuaries, participants were told they had "an opportunity to remember our ultimate customers"
Annuity sales surge 22% after turbulent 2022
NZIA now 10 players down, as Lloyd's and QBE exit
A total of 17 insurers remain in the alliance
François de Varenne becomes Scor's group CFO and deputy CEO
He served as interim CEO from January to April this year
Talanx buys Liberty Mutual LatAm businesses
Irish regulator warns insurers of third-party risks from digitalisation
The Central Bank of Ireland published the results of its Digitalisation in Insurance survey
Phoenix's Leah Ramoutar: Why we should address nature and climate risk together
A nature risk reporting framework to match the TCFD is being launched this year. Phoenix's head of climate and nature risk, Leah Ramoutar, tells Joshua Geer why insurers should consider climate and nature risk in tandem