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  • Citizens' CEO seeks to quell "misplaced panic" on Florida's insurance market

    21 March 2024

    Insurer of last resort says it is not insolvent and will not need government bailout

  • US lawmakers press Florida's Citizens on solvency concerns

    20 March 2024

    Insurer of last resort faces pressures to pay in case of a major storm

  • Consumer Duty: a chance to build trust with customers

    22 February 2023

    Regulators, consultants and policy experts explain the progress insurers are making towards complying with the UK's Consumer Duty regulation and what opportunities it will present. Joshua Geer reports

  • Chubb, RenaissanceRe and Axa reveal hurricane Ian losses

    04 November 2022

    Catastrophe risk modellers have predicted insured losses as high as $74bn from the hurricane

  • UK regulator urged to address "ethnicity penalty" for car insurance

    22 March 2022

    Citizens Advice analysed 18,000 motor policies in England

  • Insurers struggle to explain LDTI volatility to stakeholders

    06 July 2021

    From communication to interpretation, experts discussed their challenges with implementing the incoming US life insurance accounting standard at last week's webinar. Cintia Cheong reports

  • US property cat rates continue to fall

    04 June 2015

    But rate of decline is slowing, says Guy Carpenter

  • Cat bonds prices fall in busy Q1

    25 April 2014

    Second quarter also set to break records

  • New capital muscles into the reinsurance business

    12 July 2013

    Hedge funds, pension funds and wealth managers are among the newer investors reshaping the way that reinsurance operates and prices risk. These non-traditional investors like the returns available and the lack of correlation with other capital markets. But do they fully appreciate the risks? Sarfraz Thind reports

  • Cat bonds move from "sideshow to main tent"

    20 May 2013

    Issuance totalled $1.6bn in Q1 2013, says WCMA