Chubb unveils oil and gas underwriting restrictions but environmentalists point out "major gaps"

The insurer says initiative is an industry first, but environmentalists say policy falls short


Swiss Re: nat cat insured losses break $100bn threshold again in 2022

Natural catastrophes in 2022 included hurricane Ian, hailstorms in France and flooding in Australia


NAIC chief executive Michael Consedine to step down

He had served in the role since January 2017


"Ample scope" for life and health insurance to be more inclusive, says Swiss Re Institute

The reinsurer ranks countries based on the inclusiveness of their L&H insurance markets.


Bermuda's time for IAIGs

Bermuda may soon identify its first internationally active insurance groups, according to the Bermuda Monetary Authority director of insurance supervision, Gerald Gakundi. Sarfraz Thind reports


OSFI sets out climate risk management expectations for insurers

The Canadian regulator received over 4,300 submissions in its consultation


IAIS finalises comparability criteria between ICS and AM

Decision on whether group capital standards produce similar outcomes due in Q3 2024


BMA: Bermudian insurers have room to improve on cyber risk controls

The Bermuda regulator highlighted third-party cyber risk management in particular


Herd mentality is stopping industry progressing, warn insurers

Insurers need to "get hands dirty" on cyber and other new, more complex risks