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Cyber risk appetites among insurers are polarised

CyberCube's chief growth officer Chris Methven discusses the state of the market

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Cyber loss ratios expected to decline as rates rise

Fitch's Gerry Glombicki says insurers are focused on cyber policy language

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Early estimates of Ida insured losses exceed $15bn

Allstate warns claims from hurricane will "ramp up significantly" this week

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China Post Life solvency expected to improve upon AIA's stake-building

Hong Kong life firm is investing RMB 12bn for a 25% stake

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Eiopa confirms cut to UFR in 2022

No more than single-digit impact on insurer solvency ratios expected

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Cyber loss ratios - and premiums - soar

Ransomware attacks are singled out as the market's biggest challenge

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Bermuda begins to move on climate

The regulator's inaugural climate change survey has found the island's insurers could be doing much more to address the issues associated with global warming. But insurers certainly seem interested in making progress, as Sarfraz Thind reports

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German mid-tier insurers post healthy 2020 numbers, but remain in Allianz's shadow

Wertgarantie, Versicherungskammer Bayern and Alte Leipziger perform well despite coronavirus

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UK health insurers warned of 'catch up in claims' in 2021

Fitch Ratings predicts the sector's increased 2020 profits could be eroded this year

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Country profile: Germany

Europe's third-largest insurance industry has survived the coronavirus pandemic so far, but continues to be plagued by low rates and poor profitability in motor and home cover, as David Walker describes in this special report featuring interviews with BaFin's Frank Grund and GDV's Jörg Asmussen