Insurance Europe proposes improvements to sustainability reporting indicators

The trade body advocates ways to make the indicators consistent and work in practice


BaFin's Frank Grund warns of "very intensive" scrutiny of dividend distribution plans

German regulator also warns underwriters to take sustainability seriously


Eiopa amends Orsa climate change guidance to emphasise flexibility

The supervisory body said its opinion offers a proportionate approach


Insurers raise fresh concern over FCA's pricing reform timeline

Research published by Swiss Re argues the extended deadline is insufficient


MassMutual pledges net zero goals

The US mutual life insurer aims to have net zero operations by 2030


Cyber loss ratios - and premiums - soar

Ransomware attacks are singled out as the market's biggest challenge


UK property damage task force to address claims surge

The initiative is led by insurance risk and commercial law firm BLM


Insurers urged to probe clients on climate liability risk

Law firm Clyde & Co highlights the need for insurers to ask searching questions


Belgian regulator challenges Lloyd's about Brussels platform

The focus is understood to be if managing agents' activities constitute 'distribution'


Governments win in Covid-19 trade credit reinsurance programmes

Governments have profited from the support they offered trade credit insurers during the Covid-19 pandemic. Insurers say they have no regrets, but are looking forward to the end of state aid. David Walker reports