• Japan's Tokio Marine and MS&AD tackle motor repair outsourcing issues

    02 April 2024

    Claims fraud and price-squeezing have prompted non-life groups to act

  • Insurance, Climate Change and the Law: how to be an enabler, not a doomist, on climate action

    29 March 2024

    In her new book, Franziska Arnold-Dwyer explores the requirements and potential roles for insurers in the net-zero transition, as she explains to Joshua Geer

  • Late adjustments remain a pain point for IFRS 17 reporting

    28 March 2024

    Most surveyed insurers say they are "not fully satisfied" with current reporting systems

  • Pensions CRO calls out racist and sexist remarks

    28 March 2024

    Dana Grey, CRO at the Pension Protection Fund, explained why the comments needed to be addressed

  • US pension risk transfer volumes reach $45.8bn in 2023

    28 March 2024

    Second highest annual figure on record, according to Limra

  • Insurers short-changing customers on vehicle valuations, FCA review reveals

    28 March 2024

    FCA scrutiny intensifies as insurers face backlash over undervaluing vehicle claims

  • Overcoming "fatigue" around capital key to fresh deployment, says Lloyd's CFO

    28 March 2024

    Burkhard Keese reiterated his desire for $1bn in new capital to be deployed via the London Bridge 2 structure

  • Baltimore Bridge insured losses could hit $4bn, says Morningstar DBRS

    28 March 2024

    The incident could amount to one of the largest marine insurance losses in history, says Lloyd's chief

  • NAIC adopts national climate resilience strategy

    28 March 2024

    The move is designed to battle US insurance crisis

  • Fitch flags "moderate" uplift in Japan life firms' capital after BoJ policy change

    28 March 2024

    Bank of Japan significantly changed its stance on interest rates last week