Archive

  • Shireen Gammoh takes key legacy and reinsurance role at Howden Re

    05 July 2024
  • Labour win UK general election with promise to "unleash full potential" of insurance sector

    05 July 2024

    Pensions reforms also on the horizon

  • Utmost to acquire Lombard International Assurance from Blackstone funds

    04 July 2024

    Deal will expand Utmost's assets under administration by nearly two-thirds

  • Schroders Capital and Hannover Re unveil tokenised ILS blockchain pilot

    04 July 2024
  • PCAF membership poised to grow as regulators move on scope 3 emission disclosures

    04 July 2024

    Alex Hindson of Crowe says more insurers will join PCAF in the summer

  • AM Best puts stable outlook on global cyber market

    04 July 2024

    First rating agency to have cyber-specific rating on the growing segment

  • Underwriting food security in an era of unstable climate and politics

    03 July 2024

    Nations cannot afford their farmers, and crops, to fail. While insurers can help cushion the blow, experts say it is largely the responsibility of governments to broaden uptake of crop cover. David Walker reports

  • IFRS 17 is "two steps forward, one step back" for insurance accounting

    03 July 2024

    Updated standard removes asset-liability mismatch, but impedes comparability, says S&P

  • GenAI could mean a 10%-30% boost for insurers' risk functions

    03 July 2024

    Consultancy McKinsey says the insurance sector is still defined by manual processes and legacy systems

  • Insurance Europe says IAIS recovery and resolution proposals overreach

    03 July 2024

    Federation urges jurisdictions given flexibility and risk-based focus for planning requirements