Europe's insurers predict flood bill exceeding €5bn

Associations in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands reveal claims estimates


Europe's insurance giants unite for Net-Zero Insurance Alliance

Climate campaigners unite in qualified praise for net-zero coalition


Insurance industry's complexity revealed by Insurance Risk Data

UK groups have 85 entities on average; Aviva has close to 900


Dieselgate now German legal insurers' costliest event ever

Losses top €1bn, but SFCRs show yet more reserving


Not reserving judgement: German life firms pull no punches on ZZR

Most of the contributions to the interest rate reserve were paid by just a few in 2020


Commonwealth Bank of Australia offloads non-life unit to Hollard

M&A parties welcomed the deal - in contrast to CBA shareholders


Frank Grund seeks "balanced outcome" from Solvency II review...in 2032

Solvency coverage is inadequate at 14 German insurers without transitionals, Insurance Risk Data finds


Allianz CEO: industry must show what it can and can't do

Oliver Bäte said traditional product design principles had been severely tested


Allianz happy to shoulder €2bn ZZR bill in 2020, says Terzariol

But not all German life firms were so sanguine about €10bn industry contributions


Covid-19 and technology challenge the three lines model

The "three lines of defence" model has pervaded insurers' approach to risk management, but how is it standing up to a rapidly changing environment? Cintia Cheong talks to the authors of a major CRO Forum report, and other experts, to find out