Double-edged sword for UK insurers as mini-budget spooks markets

British gilt yields surge, and pound falls sharply, as Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng unveils tax cuts


British insurers pay tribute to Her Majesty the Queen

Lutine Bell to ring at Lloyd's


Insurers must reappraise nature risks as they have done for climate, says WTW

Jamie Pollard said the sector must look to "push the boundaries of risk assessment"


Nature risks "neglected" in insurer underwriting

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


Bermudian insurers' premiums boosted by strong market conditions

Deployment of risk capital was a key contributor to the growth


Legal abuse and fraud, not natcats, threaten stability of US property insurers

North American re/insurers have warned of a catastrophe that could bankrupt the insurance industry - and it's nothing to do with hurricanes or earthquakes, as Josh Geer reports


Gothaer says forest fires in eastern Germany have cost at least €10m

The large fires are in the provinces of Sachsen and Brandenburg


Insurtech funding shows signs of small recovery in Q2

Q2 funding stood at $2.4bn, having totalled $4.8bn in Q2 2021