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Regulatory doubts holding back advanced modelling

US regulators are ill-equipped to oversee predictive models and may be slowing the adoption of new technologies, says a study by the Society of Actuaries. Sarfraz Thind reports

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NAIC forum: technology, data science and Brexit

The NAIC's international meeting this month proved a lively affair. Beyond the regulatory dissection, participants had a lot to say on issues ranging from technology to Brexit. Sarfraz Thind reports

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International capital standards: the US's chorus of disapproval

Development of the global insurance capital standard (ICS) has always been controversial. But the level of ire expressed by the US government, regulators and insurers at this week's NAIC conference was unprecedented. Sarfraz Thind reports

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Glyphosate, opioids and talc - candidates for the next asbestos?

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

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LDTI: a challenge even for the most well-prepared

The US long-duration targeted improvements (LDTI) accounting change is one of the most complex accounting developments ever to hit the US insurance industry. EY's Evan Bogardus and Chad Runchey tell Sarfraz Thind about the implications of the new standard and - why it is so taxing for insurers

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What is stalling the growth of the patent insurance market?

In his fourth article on insuring intangible risks, Tim Freestone investigates the limitations of the patent protection markets and how growth could be stimulated

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Insurers rank their most dangerous risks for 2019

Dave Ingram and Mark Mennemeyer discuss the results of their poll on which risks are considered most dangerous to insurers