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The catastrophe risk modeller said stronger and more frequent cyclones are likely in the future
California’s insurance commissioner has stopped non-renewals in the state’s wildfire risk areas
Fourth renewal of equity line that will pay out following an extreme loss
Risk Frontiers warns of more to come in summer storms
European re/insurers highly ranked; US and Asian firms continue to be targeted by environmentalists
The insurer’s coal underwriting policy will also be strengthened given "the climate emergency"
The firm’s losses are expected to make up a tiny amount of total industry losses from Hagibis
Insurance purchased for damage to public buildings from natural and man-made disasters
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Panellists at InsuranceERM's New York conference shared their thoughts on the positive aspects of cyber risk modelling and where improvements are required. Christopher Cundy reports
As re/insurers look to implement IFRS 17, manage cyber risk and drive modelling efficiencies, software vendors are gearing up to respond. Cloud and process automation solutions also figure highly in this year's InsuranceERM Technology Guide, introduced by Ronan McCaughey
This year's deals involving AmTrust and Samsung have given the 16-year-old Lloyd's operation a fresh impetus, as chairman Michael Watson explains to David Walker
Trenchant politics, vested interests, short-term thinking ... tackling climate change in the US is an uphill battle. Washington insurance commissioner Mike Kreidler tells Sarfraz Thind about the difficulties of standing up to the status quo
Claims relating to asbestos exposure caused a catastrophic level of losses for the insurance industry. What is the potential for the scenario to be repeated by other chemicals and compounds? Paul Walsh reports
David Walker finds that much has changed in the risk models used to assess the country's seismic hazard - and in the mentality of the modellers themselves