Eiopa identifies "significant risks" with consumer credit insurance products

Products sold via banks have excessive commissions and low payout ratios


UK insurers "get the FCA's criticism" on BI claims handling

Conduct regulator warned it is ready to use all regulatory powers to fix the problem


Congress exposes major lack of diversity at US insurers

Report found the CEOs at the largest insurance firms were overwhelmingly white men in 2021


US Senators grill regulators over private equity ownership and climate

This month's US Senate Banking Committee hearing on insurance shone a light on where politicians have the biggest concerns about the sector. Sarfraz Thind reports


Should insurers have mandatory diversity targets?

DE&I will be discussed at the Insurance Risk & Capital Americas conference next week


Pandemic BI dispute just one symptom of poor risk management, says Apra

Australian regulator Helen Rowell identifies three areas for improvement


FairPlay launches AI detection bias tool for insurers

The US company's product aims to reduce algorithmic bias in the insurance industry


Swiss Re loses sex discrimination case

Conduct and reputational risk has become a key issue for re/insurers


Swiss insurer ordered to reimburse premiums over improper admin costs

Finma found CSS to be in "serious breach" of law over seven-year period


US Senator probes Blackstone subsidiary over "tax evasion" policies

PPLI could be used for tax avoidance by wealthiest, says Wyden