Life reinsurance "discovered its potential" through Covid, says Scor chief

CEO Laurent Rousseau says cedents must provide more detail on climate risk exposures


Dutch watchdog warns of climate change's effects on insurability

AFM warns some property will be uninsurable with climate change


EU endorses IFRS 17 with carve out for annual cohorts

Danish insurers applaud decision


Rising expectations: how supervisors are acting on climate change

Anna Sweeney explains how global supervisors are collaborating in order to help insurers grasp the implications of climate change - and improve the sector's response to the risk


Parametric insurer in partnership with ICEYE for flood modelling

Descartes will use ICEYE's radar flood data


UK annuity writers await crucial paper on IFRS 17 profit recognition

Cintia Cheong reports on how insurers and auditors are under pressure to reach a consensus on applying IFRS 17 to annuities - a decision that could seriously impact insurers' balance sheets


Cyber risk appetites among insurers are polarised

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


China Re issues typhoon-linked ILS in Hong Kong

Regulators are pushing for more from mainland re/insurers


CBIRC urges more cat bond issuance in Hong Kong

Mainland insurers ceding little catastrophe risk as claims costs rise


European insurers welcome Efrag's role in sustainability reporting standards

Insurance Europe says Efrag should consider field-testing the standards