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The golden state becomes too hot to handle

Property catastrophe losses in California have soared, with the result that insurers increasingly don't want to underwrite there. Could this be the beginning of a withdrawal from cat perils in other US states? Sarfraz Thind reports

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The FIO's climate letters reveal burning desires

The Federal Insurance Office (FIO) has published a raft of comment letters after its request for information on climate regulation. Could this be the tinder to spark new rules? Sarfraz Thind reports

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US insurers still behind Europeans on climate scorecard

Insure Our Future identifies major climate and fossil fuel laggards

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Oil and gas: a soaring risk

After coal, the oil and gas sector is lining up to be the next focus of insurer divestment. But can US insurers really afford to chop this all-American sector from their businesses? Sarfraz Thind reports

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Insurers face $425m claim for victims of Lawrence Nassar sexual abuse case

USA Gymnastics urges insurers to pay as a new settlement is disputed

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Storm Henri hits north-eastern US

The storm knocked out power to 140,000 homes and caused deluges

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People moves: AIG Life, Liberty Mutual Re, Arch Re, BMA

InsuranceERM rounds up the latest risk-related people moves in the insurance industry

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Scor drops support for Trans Mountain pipeline

Climate campaigners are also planning protests and demonstrations about the issue in 25 cities

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Civil unrest risk transfer market hampered by lack of credible modelling

US insurers showing increased interest since pandemic, but few options as of now, says Verisk

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Brit refuses to insure Adani's Carmichael coal mine

Lloyd's syndicates remain mostly silent on market's ESG proposals