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Blockchain in insurance: surviving the wreckage

Blockchain technology has so far failed to revolutionise the insurance business, but it has found some niches where it seems to be enduring. Paul Walsh reports

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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

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InsuranceERM's highly commended CRO of the year: Tom Hughes

Cintia Cheong talks to Domestic & General's chief risk officer about the expansion of his responsibilities into aspects as diverse as customer complaints, information security and strategic advice

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Baby steps, not big changes, for successful actuarial transformation

MBE discusses with Cintia Cheong what insurers need to do to improve their actuarial performance using its proprietary methodology to guide insurers through major transformation projects

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To boldly go where no chief actuary has gone before

Chief actuaries have an established standing in the insurance sector, but they will need to embolden themselves to stay relevant. Paul Walsh reports

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CROs share their top concerns for 2022

InsuranceERM's year-end poll of risk management experts found a myriad of risks on their radar for 2022 - with cyber security and inflation standing out as dominant themes. Ronan McCaughey reports

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Growing cyber threats challenge underwriters and CROs

Ronan McCaughey reports from the Insurance Risk & Capital EMEA conference on how insurers are responding to the underwriting and operational risks posed by ransomware and other forms of cyber-attack

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What's driving growth in nat cat losses?

Experts at the Insurance Risk & Capital Americas conference discussed trends in natural catastrophe loss exposures, model constraints and how insurers should address insurability of high-risk properties. Cintia Cheong reports

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IRC Americas: Covering all bases and dealing with curveballs

What do chief risk officers (CROs) highlight as their biggest concern? It could be the sheer multitude of risks they have to face, as Ronan McCaughey reports from the Insurance Risk & Capital Americas conference

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RVS 2021: Emerging risks start shifting beyond climate and cyber

Re/insurers at this year's virtual Rendez-Vous de Septembre (RVS) event began to take a more holistic view when discussing emerging risks. Paul Walsh reports