Use of AI and other data penalises minorities, says CEJ's Birny Birnbaum
Favourable underwriting experience and seed investment profits help drive growth
Underwriting premiums and fees down 13% from 2019
Company reprices interest rate expectations, moves to less rate-sensitive products
The storm was upgraded to a hurricane earlier this week
Washington commissioner calls out credit scoring practice as form of institutional racism
FCA test case keenly watched by US insurers, outcome expected in September
He takes over from retiring interim CRO Kelly Groh
Jacques Bonneau hired to replace Emmanuel Clarke
Pandemic has upended the traditional insurance business, says ex-NY insurance regulator
The US insurance sector was quick to state its support for black lives after George Floyd's death resonated across communities worldwide. It has a questionable history of action on racial inequality, but are things about to change? Sarfraz Thind reports
The APCIA has been at the forefront of fighting fires in the current crisis. Senior vice president Robert Gordon talks to Sarfraz Thind about the business interruption saga and why litigation is simply wrong
Tensions ran high during InsuranceERM's virtual panel discussion on the legal risk implications of the Covid-19 pandemic, as experts discussed the next steps in arguably the biggest legal crisis the insurance industry has ever seen. Paul Walsh reports.
Covid-19 has prompted life insurers to upgrade their underwriting technology to use data in previously unimagined ways. A policyholder's driving history, pharmacy records, and the tone of your voice can now all be analysed as evidence. Sarfraz Thind examines the latest trends.