Archive

  • Insurer M&A declines as dealmakers in "wait-and-see mode"

    26 February 2024

    A report from Clyde & Co shows M&A activity dropped 23% in 2023

  • Global insurance M&A activity drops sharply in H1

    11 August 2023
  • Social inflation comes to Europe

    07 August 2023

    The drivers are different, but the effect is similar: court judgements that have pained US insurers are spreading to Europe. Sarfraz Thind speaks to Henning Schaloske about the issue

  • The enduring risks from the Ukraine war

    27 February 2023

    After 12 months of conflict, the risk landscape for international insurers has been drastically changed. Paul Walsh finds the marine and aviation sectors particularly affected, while geopolitical risks remain heightened for all

  • Insurers sentenced to more climate litigation exposure

    02 February 2023

    A surge in climate-related litigation is creating an increasing risk for PI and D&O insurers. Risk experts explain to Joshua Geer why exposure is growing and how insurers can mitigate it

  • UK court ruling could increase motor claims

    24 January 2023

    Clyde & Co says injury claims could increase in value and frequency

  • Covid-19 business interruption disputes drift into 2023

    09 January 2023

    Subrogated recoveries will also be on insurers' radar, says Clyde & Co

  • Insurers warned climate litigation may heat up in 2023

    19 December 2022

    Extent of US litigation will be influenced by jurisdictional decision, says Clyde & Co

  • Insurers warned class action lawsuits will rise in Europe

    12 December 2022

    EU legislation effective next year will encourage more collective redress, says Clyde & Co

  • Insurers go back to basics in biodiversity underwriting push

    17 May 2022

    The loss of biodiversity has been identified as one of the world's most severe risks, but insurers are only just beginning to get to grips with it. Paul Walsh reports