May's North Atlantic storms set to hit insurers for multi-billion dollar losses

Significant damage reported in the US and Canada


Talanx expands its sustainability reporting

German insurer plans for 80% of its GWP to be covered under sustainability reporting standards


2018 Atlantic hurricane season - the calm after the storm?

Last year's Atlantic hurricane season was one of the most catastrophic in recent memory with insured losses estimated at over $130bn. Now 12 months later and on the first official day of the season, forecasters believe relative calmness awaits. But forecasters are often wrong. Paul Walsh reports.


UK speciality market suffers costliest ever year in 2017

Catastrophes cost market £4.5bn, up 9.4% on 2016, says EY


Insurers caught in crossfire of Canada's Trans Mountain pipeline

Unfriend Coal has urged insurers to stop backing tar sands projects


Cyber risk still a struggle for insurers

Progress in managing cyber risk exposures is continuing, but are insurers doing enough to convince regulators that they understand what they're doing? Paul Walsh reports


Storm Alberto set to hit insurers for near $50m loss

KCC says Alberto is the first named storm in the 2018 hurricane season


RMS responds to AIR's attack on hurricane risk modelling

Models should consider the most recent science, cat modelling firm argues


Aon launches climate and weather risk initiative

Risk analytics and product structuring on the agenda for broker


US "ring of fire" storm set to hit insurers for $2.5bn

Extreme weather across parts of the US this month leads to claims