62981

Keeping control over deep learning models

How can insurers' model risk management frameworks cope with the introduction of deep learning models? Ronald Richman, Nicolai von Rummell and Mario Wüthrich explain

62979

Axis Capital limits coal underwriting and investment

The policy forms part of the re/insurer’s broader corporate citizenship programme

62973

Geneva Association forms cyber terrorism joint task force

Its initial findings are expected to be published in mid-2020.

62971

Insurance guide launched to protect world heritage sites

Insurers worldwide have collaborated with the United Nations and the World Wildlife Fund

62962

Traditional insurance approaches "fail" on cyber risk

Milliman reviews the findings of a recent Eiopa cyber risk re/insurance study

62958

UK view on US insurance price rise for vapers

It comes amid health concerns about vaping, which involves the use of e-cigarettes

62946

Travel insurance commissions are violating EU laws, Eiopa warns

Thematic review reveals problematic business models and remuneration structures

62945

Dual-pricing crackdown could hit UK insurers' profits

Rating agencies note the potential negative effects from regulatory action

62927

Australia's CommInsure charged with unsolicited telesales

The life insurer is charged with 87 hawking offences

62917

Japan Post Insurance flags up over 6,000 cases in sales scandal

The company will delay selling insurance products until January 2020