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News

2018 cat losses will be far worse than headline figures

Loss creep and unmodelled losses to blame, says JLT Re

Finalists revealed for InsuranceERM awards

Find out which companies, teams, individuals and technology providers have made the shortlist for the prestigious risk and capital management awards

Econ approves amendments to Eiopa's powers

European Parliament's finance committee paves way for Eiopa to have say on internal models

'Greater coordination needed' among EU's innovation hubs

Call made in a joint report by the European Supervisory Authorities

Insurers' ERM shortcomings highlighted

AM Best expects companies operating in emerging markets will demonstrate improvements to ERM

Analysis

US cyber insurance: plugging-in to growth

There are strong forecasts for growth in the cyber insurance markets, but insurers have obstacles to surmount if they are to be successful. Sarfraz Thind reports

Australia raises its game on wildfire loss models

Ten years ago, Australia suffered one of its worst outbreaks of bushfires that burned 300,000 hectares and took 173 lives. David Walker reports on how wildfire modelling has developed to cope with this increasing threat

Capital models: run, review, repeat

Recent surveys by consultancies Willis Towers Watson and PwC have revealed how UK life insurers have revised their approach to capital modelling. Christopher Cundy reports on some of the highlights

Eric Cioppa, the regulator's regulator

Maine's superintendent of insurance has taken on the mantle of NAIC president for 2019. He talks to Sarfraz Thind about regulatory priorities and how he will marshal the 50 states to reach a common view

The state of play in cyber risk modelling

Sarfraz Thind talks to Jeremy Platt, US cyber specialty practice leader at Guy Carpenter, to get the broker's view on the latest developments in cyber risk management and modelling

Ten years old today

Peter Field reflects on a decade of publishing a title that has its roots in Solvency II but has broadened its coverage to all aspects of risk management in insurance companies worldwide