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German insurers face €500m bill for voluntary business compensation

GDV says business policies in Germany very clear on pandemics

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European re/insurers the biggest supporters of Canadian tar sands pipeline

Lloyd's syndicates have the greatest exposure to Trans Mountain project, while Zurich's overall support doubles in a year

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Orsa "ideal tool" to understand Covid-19 impacts

European actuaries explain how coronavirus affects re/insurers

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France progresses plan for pandemic insurance pool

Funding options are being explored and it could follow the model of France's public reinsurer CCR

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Covid-19 forces Biltir to cancel 2020 Bermuda conference

The next life and annuity event will be held in September 2021

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DAV's Frank Schiller on the Solvency II review

Germany's actuarial association has some strong opinions on how the EU's regulation needs to be reformed - or left untouched - as board member Frank Schiller explains to David Walker

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Support "green and fair" recovery from Covid-19, NGOs urge insurers

Covid-19 and climate crisis should be tackled together

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Biltir appoints Natasha Scotland Courcy to its board

She has extensive legal experience and will help represent Bermuda's long-term re/insurance sector

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New Zealand motor insurers to save NZ$35m in Covid-19 lockdown

The independent figure knocks speculation insurers would see savings of $100m

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Covid-19 reveals the cracks in the US insurance system

US insurers have been getting a beating in their response to the Covid-19 crisis. Their latest move to rebate auto premiums shows the fissures in their approach and the lack of a cohesive regulatory response. Sarfraz Thind reports