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  • Climate litigation's third wave could leave insurers in deep water

    12 April 2024

    Following two waves of climate litigation since 2004, the third may be more nuanced and insurers must be prepared for its effects, participants at an InsuranceERM webinar on the topic explained. Paul Walsh reports

  • Apra reveals Australia's falling appetite for insurance as prices rise

    19 March 2024

    Higher excesses, underinsuring or not buying cover are avenues Australians are taking

  • PRA eases some reporting requirements in updated Solvency UK proposals

    01 March 2024

    Disclosure reforms should save UK industry approximately £63m a year

  • Apra spells out regulatory priorities

    31 January 2024
  • UK regulators seek enhanced oversight of critical third parties for insurance sector

    08 December 2023

    PRA chief executive Sam Woods said third parties that present a risk to financial stability need to be managed

  • "Significant potential risks" in funded reinsurance require new rules, says PRA [UPDATED]

    16 November 2023

    UK's Prudential Regulation Authority consults on expectations around use of such contracts

  • Australia's RAC slapped with capital add-on for poor governance

    02 November 2023

    Regulator found weaknesses in outsourcing and board decision making

  • Euroins Romania's bankruptcy battle continues with case against government

    30 October 2023
  • Apra calls for more risk data sharing to tackle affordability and availability issues

    12 October 2023

    Suzanne Smith says Apra is "increasingly uncomfortable" with gaps in cover

  • UK's MA reforms: with great flexibility comes great responsibility

    28 September 2023

    Insurers can look forward to including assets with "highly predictable" cash flows and more sub-investment grade assets into their matching adjustment portfolios, but at the expense of stricter risk management. Christopher Cundy reports