QBE estimates Ukraine losses at $95m

Climate resolutions rejected at AGM vote


"Pedantic interpretations" erode principles-based benefits of IFRS 17

Experts have also criticised a recent decision by the IFRS Interpretations Committee


Australian flooding insured losses hit A$1.3bn

Insurers have received over 86,000 claims since the inundation began in February


QBE's reinsurance expenses increase 44%

Group returns to profit as Covid impacts become a net positive in 2021


QBE's Richard Rees: IFRS 17 is less of a leap for Australian insurers

The insurer's IFRS 17 technical lead in Europe tells Cintia Cheong why the insurer will have to prepare for three different accounting bases after Brexit and explains the unresolved issues with implementation


Credit Suisse files $1.2bn insurance claims for Greensill losses

Bank seeking to recoup some of its $10bn losses on supply chain funds


Apac re/insurers welcome the alternative

Regulators in Asia have been busy creating frameworks for insurers to transfer risk to capital markets investors. Re/insurers are keen to tap this alternative source of capital, if the structures are right. David Walker reports


Australia intervenes on event cancellation cover for Covid-19

The country 's Federal Court has also reserved judgement in a second BI test case


What's driving growth in nat cat losses?

Experts at the Insurance Risk & Capital Americas conference discussed trends in natural catastrophe loss exposures, model constraints and how insurers should address insurability of high-risk properties. Cintia Cheong reports