New Orleans restaurant loses landmark US BI case

Judge rules against lawyer John Houghtaling in huge insurer win


The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season: breaking unexpected records

This year will be remembered for the having the largest number of tropical storms, but it has been a relatively lucky season without serious losses. For insurers and risk modellers, the long-term impact may be the advances in technology forced upon them by the pandemic, as Paul Walsh reports


Hurricane forecasters worsen outlook for Atlantic basin

The latest forecasts predict an "extremely active" season


Genworth to pay Axa over £500m in mis-selling settlement

Agreement over historic PPI claims keeps Genworth's planned M&A with China Oceanwide alive


Noaa warns of busy 2020 hurricane season

Between 6-10 hurricanes in the Atlantic are forecast


Thai insurer chooses FIS to implement IFRS 17

FIS's Prophet helps Ocean Life replace its legacy actuarial software


Atlantic hurricane season set to ramp up

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has forecast increased hurricane activity


US government shutdown hits hurricane forecasting work

Forecasts for 2019 impacted by longest ever shutdown


Experts maintain forecasts of below-average hurricane season

A stark contrast to the devastating impact of the 2017 season


2018 Atlantic hurricane season - the calm after the storm?

Last year's Atlantic hurricane season was one of the most catastrophic in recent memory with insured losses estimated at over $130bn. Now 12 months later and on the first official day of the season, forecasters believe relative calmness awaits. But forecasters are often wrong. Paul Walsh reports.