Scor drops support for Trans Mountain pipeline

Climate campaigners are also planning protests and demonstrations about the issue in 25 cities


Supervisors launch survey on nature-related risks for insurers

Insurers and stakeholders have until 30 June to take part in the SIF-led project


Global insured catastrophe losses running 17% above average in 2021

Jefferies said the losses were a marked improvement on its previous report


Insurance Council of Australia declares catastrophe over Victoria floods

The ICA said insurers have received over 6,500 claims so far


Sustainable underwriting is more arduous than sustainable investment

Axa, Zurich and Aviva discussed their journeys to carbon neutrality at the IDF Summit this week, and how they will meet their commitments to net-zero underwriting. Cintia Cheong reports


Reinsurers call for greater focus on secondary peril modelling

Experts warn secondary perils have intensified


Prioritise low interest rates and climate change, IMF tells Hong Kong

Insurers' stock prices more affected by climate change than other sectors


California and Washington push for TCFD climate reporting for US

Insurance associations remain lukewarm on "resource intensive" standard


Ascot pulls support for Adani's Australian coal mine

Insurer joins five Lloyd's syndicates and 38 other underwriters in shunning Carmichael project


Bank of England announces three climate scenarios for 2021 stress test

CBES 2021 will explore insurers' resilience to climate risks