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  • ZZR unwind continues at German life insurers on higher rates

    29 May 2024

    "Relief of burden" felt by country's life insurers in shrinking ZZR

  • CCR draws on reserves in 2023, in seventh year since 2016

    29 May 2024

    France's property catastrophe re/insurer scores combined ratio of 107%, according to its SFCR

  • Insurance executives join business bosses and back Labour in UK general election

    28 May 2024
  • US homeowner insurers posted worst results in over a decade in 2023

    28 May 2024
  • "Significant constraints" challenge efforts to boost retail investment, says Insurance Europe

    28 May 2024

    The trade association published a discussion paper following an EC roundtable

  • Poste Vita's lapse risk rises, but is less than half its Italian peers' average

    28 May 2024

    Surrenders mainly hit unit-linked and with-profits lines, according to SFCR

  • US insures set for billion-dollar losses from May's storm activity

    28 May 2024
  • Chubb subsidiary wins Covid business interruption case

    28 May 2024

    California court says the virus does not constitute physical damage from an insurance perspective

  • Boomtime coming for global life insurers as rates rise, predicts Swiss Re

    28 May 2024

    Lapse risk's peak now "likely to have passed", the Swiss reinsurer believes

  • "Jump in and see what AI could bring you"

    27 May 2024

    Insurers are making bigger strides into artificial intelligence (AI) and generative artificial intelligence (GenAI), but remain focused on specific use cases for the technology. Paul Walsh reports