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Climate change's threat to longevity

The relationship between the environment and human health is a growing topic for life insurers. Longevity modelling experts expect there will be some important and unexpected trends to consider, as Cintia Cheong reports

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UK's Solvency II study spooks the market

Annuity writers have been shocked by the results of the UK's quantitative impact study on potential reforms to Solvency II and are preparing for a clash with the regulator, as Christopher Cundy reports

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Scor signs up to climate transition pathway framework

Willis Towers Watson developed the accreditation model to aid transition to a low carbon economy

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Longevity modelling factors to consider if Covid-19 becomes endemic

Different scenarios related to the pandemic may impact death rates, L&G's Joseph Lu says

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Actuaries cautiously optimistic about longevity outlook post-Covid

Many in the scientific community expect Covid-19 to become an endemic virus

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Willis Towers Watson unveils eight-step climate action plan for insurers

The broker, and asset manager Wellington, have produced a climate risk guide for the sector

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NYDFS cites resource constraints in monitoring insurers' climate work

Regulators still exploring how to rule on insurance climate policies

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Learn the best ways to assess the financial impacts of climate risk

InsuranceERM's virtual conference will take place on 22-23 of September

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Climate risk enables insurance technology to blaze a trail

Acute regulatory, shareholder and consumer pressure on climate change is fuelling increasing demand from insurers for technology to assess the impact of climate risk. Ronan McCaughey explains how insurance software vendors are responding to the challenge

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Social inflation: 800lbs gorilla or 80lbs monkey?

Casualty insurers are complaining about rising liability losses, driven by a litigious US culture and changing social attitudes. But could a far worse catastrophe be ahead of them? Sarfraz Thind reports