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Insurers feeling hamstrung as protection gaps widen

Current global events and left-field risks are contributing to widening protection gaps and insurers may be restricted in their attempts to reduce them. Paul Walsh reports

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US reiterates its opposition to ICS

IAIS meeting in Croatia starts today with international rule causing continued discord

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The US climate split

The knives are out on what US insurers need reveal about their climate-related exposures. Sarfraz Thind reports

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The golden state becomes too hot to handle

Property catastrophe losses in California have soared, with the result that insurers increasingly don't want to underwrite there. Could this be the beginning of a withdrawal from cat perils in other US states? Sarfraz Thind reports

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US Elections: a divided government is good for insurers

Joe Biden's win comes after an extended period of uncertainty and division that has clouded US politics. However, division is not the worst enemy of the US insurance industry, but "populist" reforms promised by the Democratic party may well be. Sarfraz Thind reports

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US wildfires to cost insurers up to $8bn, Moody's estimates

Western state blazes have claimed 34 lives and destroyed almost 10,000 homes

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US P&C surplus suffers worst decline in Q1

The slump occurred just three months after policyholder surplus was at a record high, APCIA says

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Hawaiian insurers look on as hurricane Douglas approaches

State Farm Group, Heritage Insurance Holdings Group and Tokio Marine are the main writers for homeowners' multi-peril lines

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Covid-19 BI litigation "will stop America's recovery before it starts"

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

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APCIA hits back at Chubb's pandemic insurance proposals

The argument is exposing fissures in the US pandemic insurance debate