Liberty Mutual joins MIT's AI programme

Insurer donates $25m to aid research into better AI


Liberty opens Luxembourg headquarters for European operation

The move is part of the speciality insurer's post-Brexit planning


Insurers ruling out Carmichael coal coverage listed

Five re/insurers go public with clear refusal to cover Carmichael coal mine in Australia


Environmentalists slam US insurers for backing coal

Asia-Pacific firms fare slightly better; Swiss Re and Axa earn top marks


Why virtual reality tech could be a game changer for insurance

'The future is bright for insurance, the future is virtual'. That was the optimistic sentiment at a recent Lloyd's event to demonstrate the exciting possibilities for virtual, augmented reality and mixed reality technologies in the insurance industry. Ronan McCaughey explains


Deal value for global insurance M&A highest since financial crisis

However, volume fell to just 84 deals in H1, the lowest since 2009


Outsourcing failures cost Liberty Mutual £5.3m

UK regulator issues fine for poor oversight of claims and complaints


Liberty draws on client demand to raise fine art capacity

The increased line size will be available worldwide through the insurer’s fine art and specie underwriters


Munich Re defends coal practice

Firm has no threshold for coal underwriting but assesses all risks


Insurers caught in crossfire of Canada's Trans Mountain pipeline

Unfriend Coal has urged insurers to stop backing tar sands projects