Regulators' climate scenario analyses could be understating risks, warns FSB

Climate exercises are still not contributing to policy decisions


Nature risks "neglected" in insurer underwriting

A "nature-positive" focus would improve the robustness of the insurance sector, according to a report


Global sustainability disclosure standards set to have insurance-specific requirements

Moody's Analytics comments on standards expected to be issued by the end of this year


UK's home insurance premiums drop, despite price walking ban

Average premiums are down 7% since last year, ABI reports


FSOC making "considerable progress" in climate rules work

Supervisory body creates new data hub to enhance climate practices


The UK's Solvency II reform proposals: reactions summarised

Actuaries, US insurers, environmental campaigners have joined the UK industry in responding to Solvency II reform proposals. Christopher Cundy and David Walker report


Insurance Europe calls for realism in regulating climate risk

The trade body was responding to a FSB consultative report on climate risk


Japanese general insurers call for flexibility in climate reporting

The General Insurance Association of Japan was responding to a FSB report