65489

Disciplinary charges against IFoA critics dismissed

Disciplinary Tribunal Panel drops second case after IFoA withdraws action

65488

Genetic testing risks go under the microscope

Do life insurers really face the risk of adverse selection from customers that have taken predictive genetic tests? Academics think not, and insurers and policyholders could indeed benefit from wider use of genetic testing, as Paul Walsh reports

65466

Australian insurers face BI legal slog after "one shot" plan backfires

After failing spectacularly to prove they were not liable for business interruption claims related to Covid-19 lockdowns, Australian underwriters are now facing the prospect of numerous and lengthy court cases. David Walker reports

65465

Italian regulator tells Cattolica to sack its board

Solvency troubles in 2020 require radical governance reforms, Ivass says

65446

Cloud outsourcing comes down to earth

Insurers are being pushed to better manage the operational risks arising from the use of cloud computing. There are some deep challenges involved, but regulations are arriving that might help, as Ronan McCaughey reports

65436

BI appeal opportunity recedes for Australian insurers

Lawyer says BI insurers' legal arguments in Australia were too narrow

65431

QBE boosts risk margin after UK BI judgement

The outcome left the insurer with less headroom to cover Australian BI claims

65427

UK insurers face multi-million payouts after losing BI appeal

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

65424

UK insurers reflect on reputational risk ahead of BI court case

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

65423

IFoA president-elect: actuaries must keep the world insurable

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