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IAIS meeting raises hopes of "one framework, two data points" ICS

NAIC and Eiopa ask for industry help to smooth development of rules

FIS outlines "future-proof" actuarial modelling criteria

Martin Sarjeant and Neil Covington said insurers should make constant enhancements a part of company strategy

Beazley puts cyber risk management at core of profitable growth

Client services to play a crucial role in cyber underwriting growth

Bermudian insurers remain deficient in climate modelling

Majority of insurers not using vendor cat models for climate projections, the BMA finds

S&P winds back on some insurance capital rating proposals

Agency responds to concerns on new rating model

Climate risk modelling in the Orsa: survey deadline extended

Life insurers invited to participate in study

Tesla insurance turning claims process into a "dream", says Musk

Car manufacturer plans to expand telematics-based insurance beyond US

Insurers cannot "simply deny" coverage for fossil fuels, Chubb's CEO says

Greenberg says move out of fossil fuels dependent on development of alternatives

Climate risk not explicitly included in most insurers' capital models

Igloo remains most-used platform but Tyche's popularity has increased since 2020

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Aon acquires Tyche actuarial modelling system

Deal comes a year after planned tie-up with US risk analytics firm Qomplx

London's energy and infra insurers most at risk from Russia-Ukraine crisis

Ambiguities around potential war-related cyberattack cloud market, say participants

Ageas UK revamps underwriting systems as FCA pricing rules bite

Motor and home insurer signs deal with EIS

Analysis

Insurers happy with UK's Solvency II plans, but capital savings remain uncertain

The government has grabbed positive headlines with its proposals to reform Solvency II, but the industry is cautious about the how they will pan out. Cintia Cheong reports

A new standard for liability risk data

Open data standards for risk modelling are helping improve the efficiency and value of risk management in the insurance sector, Today, a new standard for liability risks is being launched, as Dickie Whitaker explains

Connecting catastrophe with climate

Christopher Cundy talks to Nick Hassam and Thomas Loridan, the founders of Reask, on how their physics-driven catastrophe models are enabling insurers to better understand climate risk

2021 Atlantic hurricane season: "shorties", northeastern losses and rapid intensification

This year's Atlantic hurricane season may not have broken the records of its predecessor, but it was notable for the emergence of several worrying trends. Paul Walsh reports

The FIO's climate letters reveal burning desires

The Federal Insurance Office (FIO) has published a raft of comment letters after its request for information on climate regulation. Could this be the tinder to spark new rules? Sarfraz Thind reports

Future pandemic risk pools will be shallow, not deep

The concept of an all-encompassing government-backed risk pool to deal with the threat of future pandemics is all but dead. However, public support remains available for smaller schemes, as Paul Walsh reports