Archive

  • IAIS 2022: bringing the party back to insurance

    28 June 2022

    June's meeting of international regulators was a sunny affair in an idyllic setting. Even the ever-lurking shadow of the ICS couldn't spoil the party after two years of isolation. Sarfraz Thind reports

  • Insurers feeling hamstrung as protection gaps widen

    21 June 2022

    Current global events and left-field risks are contributing to widening protection gaps and insurers may be restricted in their attempts to reduce them. Paul Walsh reports

  • A new standard for liability risk data

    07 April 2022

    Open data standards for risk modelling are helping improve the efficiency and value of risk management in the insurance sector, Today, a new standard for liability risks is being launched, as Dickie Whitaker explains

  • The FIO's climate letters reveal burning desires

    30 November 2021

    The Federal Insurance Office (FIO) has published a raft of comment letters after its request for information on climate regulation. Could this be the tinder to spark new rules? Sarfraz Thind reports

  • Facilitating the transition

    18 October 2021

    Don Forgeron, president of the Global Federation of Insurance Associations, discusses what role the insurance sector can play in global efforts to mitigate and adapt to climate change

  • Commission's Solvency II proposals "are not gifts" for insurers

    04 October 2021

    Insurance Europe's Olav Jones tells Christopher Cundy about European insurers' hopes and fears on plans to reform the directive

  • CyberAcuView's Mark Camillo: cyber data collection first, policy influence next

    09 August 2021

    Major insurers are backing CyberAcuView's efforts to collect cyber claims data and act as a focal point for the industry's engagements with law enforcement, regulators and law makers. Paul Walsh talks to its chief executive Mark Camillo

  • Covid-19 and technology challenge the three lines model

    27 May 2021

    The "three lines of defence" model has pervaded insurers' approach to risk management, but how is it standing up to a rapidly changing environment? Cintia Cheong talks to the authors of a major CRO Forum report, and other experts, to find out

  • Can governments make a smooth exit from trade credit markets?

    29 April 2021

    Credit and suretyship insurers received significant public support during the pandemic, but participants are now questioning how much longer it should continue, as ICISA chief Richard Wulff explains to David Walker

  • How insurance contracts can help the transition to net-zero

    29 March 2021

    The Chancery Lane Project is launching an initiative to redesign insurance contracts so they can help combat climate change - and you can get involved. Christopher Cundy reports