EU insurers' vulnerability to market shocks revealed in 2018 stress tests

Financial market shocks pose a bigger threat than multiple natural catastrophes


UK not the only loser from Brexit, say insurance regulators

UK and Irish regulators lay out priorities for 2019, with Brexit at top of the list


New Zealand regulator puts insurers on notice about climate change

Reserve Bank to examine industry’s response, to climate risks including the option of stress tests


Insured losses from California wildfires already at $9bn

Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones expects the figure to rise as more claims are processed


QBE's 2019 reinsurance programme targets major cat loss reductions

Australian group expects reductions of up to 50%


California wildfire losses could hit $13bn

Over 90 people died in November’s Camp and Woolsey infernos that struck California


RMS maintains edge over AIR Worldwide in Bermuda market

More than 80% of firms report licensing RMS cat models in 2017


Global cyber risk threat grows 9% in 2018

Cambridge’s risk index highlights key risks to world’s cities


"Primitive" California law poses wildfire risk challenge for insurers

Insurers unable to use cat models to set prices, says Milliman


Woolsey fire will cost insurers $2.5bn or more, AIR estimates

Firefighting guns-for-hire now expect to battle US blazes all year round