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  • Queen Máxima challenges insurance supervisors to help sector fulfil societal role

    11 July 2024

    Dutch monarch says insurers could make improvements on financial inclusion and closing protection gaps

  • Asset intensive increases insurer risk, say IAIS watchers

    10 July 2024

    Europe remains sceptical on asset intensive reinsurance

  • UK's life insurance stress test targets 11 bulk annuity providers

    10 July 2024

    Prudential Regulation Authority consults on tests to be launched in 2025

  • Direct Line changes gears with launch on price comparison websites

    10 July 2024

    CEO Adam Winslow admitted Direct Line Group had previously suffered from an "overreliance" on direct sales

  • Ship and PI insurer Tindall Riley joins ClimateWise

    10 July 2024
  • Vitality considers slimming down sustainability reports to drive disclosure impacts

    09 July 2024

    Chief sustainability officer Deepak Jobanputra emphasises balancing reporting burdens with benefits

  • BMS estimates US insured losses from Beryl could hit $1.2bn

    09 July 2024
  • Actuaries urge insurers to stay grounded on Gen AI dreams and nightmares

    09 July 2024

    Generative artificial intelligence might be 'just another tool', but it's one whose potential risks and opportunities demand close attention, as Joshua Geer reports from the European Congress of Actuaries

  • Butch Bacani puts forward his five-year vision for climate transition plans

    09 July 2024

    Eventually a move to "hard regulation" will be needed, he says

  • Insurers need government and regulators to step up on nature, says UK TNFD engagement lead

    09 July 2024

    Current environment is not conducive for insurers to underwrite and invest with nature in mind