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IFoA threatens withdrawal from AAE unless new agreement is reached

Actuarial associations split over Brexit and mutual recognition of qualifications

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UK government sets up £10bn trade credit reinsurance scheme

To take part insurers must forgo profits and stop dividends

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US insurers denounce racial injustice after George Floyd's death

Floyd, an African American, died from asphyxiation caused by white police officer

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ABI chair and former MP join UK's pandemic risk pool initiative

Pandemic Re Steering Committee forms six working groups

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Spanish insurers create largest-ever group life plan for Covid-19 workers

Trade association Unespa coordinates free coverage for healthcare staff

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US associations unveil pandemic insurance proposal

Differs from terrorism-risk model being debated in Congress

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Australia's insurers get grilled after the country burns

A parliamentary committee took Australia's insurers to task after a torrid season of bushfires, Covid-19 and scathing criticism of their conduct and governance. David Walker reports

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Aviva and QBE face Covid-19 BI litigation from hospitality sector

It come as the ABI has also responded to criticism from pub businesses in lockdown

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Insurance Council of Australia recruits Andrew Hall as chief

Hall joins the ICA from the Commonwealth Bank

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Conduct risk in an outcomes-based environment

The UK's conduct regulator has signalled a new approach to overseeing the insurance industry - and with Brexit has the potential to make bolder moves. Paul Walsh reports from an Association of British Insurers event on the hopes and fears for future of conduct regulation