Moses Ojeisekhoba stressed the sector had done "a lot of very good things"
It also anticipates a low triple-digit-million euro amount in claims from recent hurricanes
Some European insurers are holding less capital now than at the start of the year - and that's not a good look, says Christopher Cundy
Insurance Europe calls for regulatory support for digitalisation
The case will be heard by the New South Wales Court of Appeal in October.
The physical life and annuity conference was initially cancelled due to Covid-19
Insurer's offer in Hong Kong is one of many pandemic-combating moves through Asia
But the number of motor insurance claims fell significantly, reflecting the lockdown period
Swedish mutual's claims ratio falls while combined ratio turns profitable in H1
Epidemic cover losses partly restored by motor and liability lines