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Insurers push for dual-rate approach to Ogden

The change in the Ogden rate prompted surprise and disappointment from insurers. Their hopes for a fairer settlement are now pinned on the next round of reforms, as Christopher Cundy and Paul Walsh report

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US commercial lines business improving, says Fitch

Insurers buoyed by strengthening premiums, but concerns remain over nat cat losses

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2019 Atlantic hurricane season: facing the eye of the storm

Forecasters are predicting a relatively average Atlantic hurricane season, but emerging risks could impact losses in unexpected ways. Paul Walsh and Sarfraz Thind report

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US cyber insurance growth rate slows

Year-on-year premiums climb just 8%

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Glyphosate, opioids and talc - candidates for the next asbestos?

Claims relating to asbestos exposure caused a catastrophic level of losses for the insurance industry. What is the potential for the scenario to be repeated by other chemicals and compounds? Paul Walsh reports

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Governance has biggest impact on ESG risk scores

Fitch Ratings report examines the relevance of ESG elements for financial institutions globally

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UK bulk annuity market threatened by pension fund rivals

Pension superfund capital requirements dictate future of market, says Fitch

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New Zealand life industry review criticises conduct and culture

Boards and management come under attack

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European regulators outline Brexit mitigation measures

As the threat of a no-deal Brexit becomes more likely, some EU countries are stepping up their preparations to ensure service continuity. Cintia Cheong spoke to regulators and governments in five big EU27 markets to find out what they have planned

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MPs investigate future of UK's financial services post Brexit

Treasury Committee to explore fintech, while ABI director proposes look at emerging markets