• California and Washington push for TCFD climate reporting for US

    09 June 2021

    Insurance associations remain lukewarm on "resource intensive" standard

  • US flood insurance has been "an abject failure"

    04 March 2021

    Insurance state commissioners debate need for nationwide climate change policies

  • US Elections: a divided government is good for insurers

    11 November 2020

    Joe Biden's win comes after an extended period of uncertainty and division that has clouded US politics. However, division is not the worst enemy of the US insurance industry, but "populist" reforms promised by the Democratic party may well be. Sarfraz Thind reports

  • US insurers call on China to tear down discriminatory trade barriers

    12 October 2020

    APCIA demands strong enforcement so US insurers can carry business into offshore markets

  • US insurers seeking to corral UK support over ICS with new financial alliance

    28 September 2020

    APCIA says the British American Finance Alliance could align the US and UK positions

  • US industry associations deny relevance of UK BI case verdict

    17 September 2020

    The UK case found in favour of policyholders and had been expected to provide template for other jurisdictions

  • US wildfires to cost insurers up to $8bn, Moody's estimates

    17 September 2020

    Western state blazes have claimed 34 lives and destroyed almost 10,000 homes

  • Insurers' use of credit scoring penalises people of colour

    31 July 2020

    Washington commissioner calls out credit scoring practice as form of institutional racism

  • Covid-19 BI litigation "will stop America's recovery before it starts"

    16 July 2020

    The APCIA has been at the forefront of fighting fires in the current crisis. Senior vice president Robert Gordon talks to Sarfraz Thind about the business interruption saga and why litigation is simply wrong

  • US P&C association reportedly overinflated BI loss figure as lobbying tactic

    12 June 2020

    APCIA claim of $255bn to $431bn monthly losses wide of mark, say researchers