66396

Australian insurers win second business interruption test case

A Federal Court found in favour of insurers in eight of the nine issues examined

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Economic losses from nat cats could double for Australian insurers by 2060

Deloitte Access Economics examines the impact of climate change-related disasters on Australia

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Commission's Solvency II proposals "are not gifts" for insurers

Insurance Europe's Olav Jones tells Christopher Cundy about European insurers' hopes and fears on plans to reform the directive

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Revise scope for IFRS 17 and 9 mismatch fix, say European insurers

Insurance Europe also asks IASB to clarify disclosure requirements

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Prioritise IFRS 17 and 9, European insurers tell IASB

Insurance Europe responds to IASB's five-year plan

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Lloyd's Patrick Tiernan: we can insure carbon-intensive industries, with provisos

"Socially irresponsible" to walk away from countries dependent on fossil fuels

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Fundamental change needed to address geopolitical risk gap

Modelling for geopolitical risk needs to improve, says Cambridge University's Andrew Coburn

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Irish insurers highlight their green credentials

Insurance Ireland responds to UN IPCC climate study and Irish climate status report

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CyberAcuView's Mark Camillo: cyber data collection first, policy influence next

Major insurers are backing CyberAcuView's efforts to collect cyber claims data and act as a focal point for the industry's engagements with law enforcement, regulators and law makers. Paul Walsh talks to its chief executive Mark Camillo

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Insurers warned Eiopa's Solvency II reporting proposals could hike costs

Insurance Europe flags the concern based on its preliminary analysis