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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

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German insurers' legal costs in diesel scandal near $1bn

GDV expects further cases as plaintiffs target more vehicle manufacturers

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ESG factors impacting insurers' credit ratings revealed

AM Best explains how it considers insurers' ESG risks as part of credit rating analysis

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Covid-19 drives £4.4bn in savings for UK motor insurers

ABI said motor claims have fallen this year, but stressed underlying cost pressures remain

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CRO Forum warns insurers of major socio-demographic changes

Insurers are advised to rethink their value propositions for a very different world in 2050

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Lloyd's unveils plan to end fossil fuel insurance by 2030

Climate campaigners say the goals in Lloyd's inaugural ESG report start too late

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Fidelis will not insure Australia's Carmichael coal project

Firm is 28th re/insurer to publicly rule out doing so