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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

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British insurers pay tribute to Her Majesty the Queen

Lutine Bell to ring at Lloyd's

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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"

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Nature risks "neglected" in insurer underwriting

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

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Bermudian insurers' premiums boosted by strong market conditions

Deployment of risk capital was a key contributor to the growth

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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

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

The large fires are in the provinces of Sachsen and Brandenburg

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Insurtech funding shows signs of small recovery in Q2

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