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Prices for cyber more than double in past year, says Howden

Broker says compounding increases now "unsustainable"

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Bigger does not mean better for insurers

Expanding an insurance business in good times typically meant growing profits. In today's tougher economic environment, Europe's largest insurers are being much more prudent about spending capital, and are only considering very careful expansion, as David Walker writes

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UK live events reinsurance scheme delivers over £100m of cover

The initiative was launched so eligible live events could obtain Covid-19 insurance cover

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Scepticism about the UK's Solvency II savings

The UK government is projecting a meaningful reduction in capital requirements from its prudential regulation reforms. But some question whether the redesign will make any difference, as Christopher Cundy reports

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Beazley puts cyber risk management at core of profitable growth

Client services to play a crucial role in cyber underwriting growth

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Beazley bolsters reserves over war-driven inflation

Adrian Cox said the war in Ukraine meant inflation would last longer than previously expected

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It's life Oliver, but not as we knew it

European life insurers' capital consumption used to give their CEOs indigestion. But the "capital-lite" diets of Allianz and others has transformed the business, as David Walker discovers

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Lloyd's syndicates find a long tail in Covid-19 losses

Claims diminished in 2021 but uncertainty over ultimate cost remains