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


NAIC to issue redesigned climate survey as it defends progress

The US is pushing its insurers to match the efforts of European peers


Mandatory climate reporting to become the norm, says Kreidler

US climate disclosure survey is argued to be ahead of "more progressive nations"


US cyber market grew 29% in 2020 but remains miniscule overall

The cyber line accounts for just 0.4% of overall P&C premiums, NAIC finds


NAIC work aligns with global climate goals, say state regulators

US state commissioners turning to modelling for future development


IRC Americas: NAIC president-elect warns insurers about cyber security

Dean Cameron spoke at the Insurance Risk and Capital Americas virtual conference


Maurice Perkins: Transamerica's transatlantic negotiator

Transamerica's global head of government and policy affairs talks to Sarfraz Thind about US and international insurance regulation, Biden's tax reforms and the cultural differences that keep his job interesting


NAIC's discrimination investigation lacks substance, says think-tank

Regulatory body voted this week to investigate insurer activities which could marginalise minorities


The US Climate Survey: good, bad and ugly

US insurers' efforts to understand and mitigate climate risks is difficult to discern, but the NYDFS and InsuranceERM have dug into the NAIC's annual survey to find patchy progress and some surprising opinions. Sarfraz Thind and David Walker report


Storms threaten US P&C sector's positive underwriting trend

Market held up well in 2020 despite significant cat losses