65427

UK insurers face multi-million payouts after losing BI appeal

Courts ruled in favour of Financial Conduct Authority in business interruption test case

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UK insurers reflect on reputational risk ahead of BI court case

The Chartered Insurance Institute said SMEs' satisfaction with insurers has dropped

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IFoA president-elect: actuaries must keep the world insurable

Louise Pryor says actuaries and insurers must deal with the urgent risk of climate change

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New CEO at Sydney Opera House's insurer vows concerted effort to rebuild trust

Icare has been embroiled in scandals over pay and claims mis-management

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UK insurers brace for costly BI appeal verdict on Friday

The Supreme Court decision will be scrutinised by insurers and the FCA

65415

Lloyd's: Hold us accountable for our ESG ambitions

The insurance market responds to climate change campaigner's argument

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Bruce Carnegie-Brown's "reputation on the line" over Lloyd's fossil fuel plans

The insurance market published its inaugural ESG report in December

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Insurers name business risks for 2021

The Chartered Insurance Institute also identifies more remote working as a continued challenge

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The new risks emerging from remote working

The long-term effects of relocating staff from offices to their homes, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, are beginning to be understood. Risk managers have been satisfied in some respects, but deep concerns about staff wellbeing and the impacts on culture remain. Christopher Cundy reports

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Australian regulator criticises insurers over pricing in natcat-prone regions

Underwriters in northern Australia put under microscope in three-year study