Actuaries called to arms in climate change battle
The actuarial profession has skills and tools that can be brought to good use as the world transitions to a net-zero emissions economy, as David Walker reports
With a watered-down NZIA, where do insurers' climate commitments stand?
After six of the eight founding members left the Net-Zero Insurance Alliance, Joshua Geer investigates if their ambitions stand
Divergent views and rising rates cool progress on EU's Solvency II reforms
One year has passed since the European Parliament's Econ committee issued its draft text on the Solvency II reforms. Joshua Geer and Christopher Cundy investigate why the agenda has not progressed - and when a breakthrough might occur
Will AI grow or shrink the insurance market?
Artificial intelligence (AI) offers the opportunity for insurers to cover more risks at a reasonable price, but it also threatens insurability, as Esko Kivisaari discusses with Christopher Cundy
- A new chapter for Solvency II's SFCR
- Who's to blame for the US insurance crisis?
- Ex-Swiss Re employee wins £1.3m from tribunal for sexual discrimination
- PE-owned insurers more likely to push regulatory boundaries
- Allianz announces net-zero transition plan and environmentalists label it "ambitious"
- Only one week until the Insurance Risk & Capital Americas conference!
- The Bank of England's problem with pension superfunds is... insurers
- Major barriers to enter the UK bulk annuity market
- RVS 2023: Inflation still key macroeconomic risk for insurers, warns Swiss Re
- Ortec Finance loses three senior climate and ESG experts to MSCI - UPDATED