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Insurers wrestle with biodiversity measurement and insurable interest

French reinsurer Scor details steps towards managing ecosystem risks

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Zurich's Peter Giger: insurers are constrained on climate change

CRO discusses the impact of the WEF Global Risks Report for insurers

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Build up capital buffers for climate risk, Canadian regulator says

Start now to avoid shorter and more volatile transition to net zero by 2050

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Perils rules out storm Arwen and Barra loss reports

Data provider said losses for both events will be below €200m each

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2021 Atlantic hurricane season: "shorties", northeastern losses and rapid intensification

This year's Atlantic hurricane season may not have broken the records of its predecessor, but it was notable for the emergence of several worrying trends. Paul Walsh reports

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PRA's pair push insurance reform

In 2021, the UK's prudential regulator launched landmark studies into Solvency II, climate and diversity. Charlotte Gerken and Anna Sweeney talk to Christopher Cundy about the exercises and what comes next

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Insurtech weekly: Eos, Twelve Capital, VYRD, Stere, Ibisa, IFoA, Neptune, Integrity

InsuranceERM rounds up the latest fundraisings and partnerships from the world of insurtech

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En prise: Underestimating exponential growth as it relates to climate change

Adél Drew explores whether climate risk scenarios truly reflect the trends we are seeing - and the consequences of getting it wrong

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Insurers foot $112bn catastrophe bill in 2021, says Swiss Re

More investment in infrastructure needed to mitigate rising natural disasters

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Primary insurers set to suffer the brunt of US tornado losses

Tornadoes struck across six US states with Kentucky the worst affected