Prudential Financial to sell Taiwan life unit in $187m deal

It would mark another exit by the US insurer from an Asian market this year


Equality in insurance: what actions beyond the words?

The US insurance sector was quick to state its support for black lives after George Floyd's death resonated across communities worldwide. It has a questionable history of action on racial inequality, but are things about to change? Sarfraz Thind reports


Prudential Financial posts $2.4bn loss in Q2, as investment losses mount

Company reprices interest rate expectations, moves to less rate-sensitive products


Prudential Financial completes $1.7bn of longevity reinsurance in H1

UK market resilient to Covid-19, says insurer


IAIS reports 48 insurers as "internationally active" groups

IAIGs will be supervised according to ComFrame rules


Winners of InsuranceERM Americas Awards 2020 unveiled

The 20 awards recognise the very best in insurance risk management serving the Americas


Asset risk far greater than underwriting risk, say US CROs

Predictions of $30bn Covid-19 underwriting losses likely to be dwarfed by asset hit


Prudential Financial reports Q1 loss of $271m

Includes $698m pre-tax investment losses


Prudential Financial to sell Korean business for nearly $2bn

US insurer wants to focus on Japan and emerging markets


Generali sends lung ventilators amid Covid-19 emergency

The Italian insurer's €100m fund to fight the virus paid for the equipment