Bermuda begins to move on climate

The regulator's inaugural climate change survey has found the island's insurers could be doing much more to address the issues associated with global warming. But insurers certainly seem interested in making progress, as Sarfraz Thind reports


Abir elects Hamilton Insurance CEO Pina Albo as deputy chair

Convex Group has also joined the Bermuda re/insurance association


Insurance regulation is "back on international track"

Federal Reserve's Randal Quarles says the move to greater international regulation is overdue


Avoid regulatory overkill on climate change, insurers tell IAIS

Sector sees risks of global warming, but can handle these with current rules, industry argues


Abir appoints policy and regulation director

Suzanne Williams replaces Leila Madeiros


XL hires Leila Madeiros as compliance and regulatory head

ABIR deputy director joins re/insurer in Bermuda


Insurers welcome delay to solvency regulation change in Bermuda

Regulatory reviews in EU and internationally justify delay, says Abir


Bermuda ready to negotiate covered agreement with US

Waiting for US to come to the table


Why London is losing out to Bermuda after major catastrophes

The failure of the London Market to attract the majority of new reinsurance capital after major US catastrophes is in large part down to the flexibility of regulators. For now, Bermuda retains the advantage. Callum Tanner reports