Q4 catastrophes take toll on Everest Re

Hurricane Michael, Californian wildfires and hailstorms in Australia led to large-scale losses


Australian floods pose reputational risk for insurers

The floods in Townsville, in northeastern Queensland, have triggered 13,560 claims to date


Beazley's profits halve in 2018

Hurricanes, typhoons and wildfires meant the insurer was hit by severe nat cat claims in 2018


Risks of shifting too slowly to 'green economy' highlighted

Central Bank of Ireland governor spells out the financial risks if the pace of transition is too slow


Insurers need "flexible" definition of sustainability risks

Insurance Europe responds to Eiopa consultation on sustainability in Solvency II and IDD


What happened when a CRO went to Davos

Alison Martin shares her experiences from the recent World Economic Forum meeting


2018 cat losses will be far worse than headline figures

Loss creep and unmodelled losses to blame, says JLT Re


MPs investigate future of UK's financial services post Brexit

Treasury Committee to explore fintech, while ABI director proposes look at emerging markets


Everest Re puts Q4 catastrophe loss at $695m

Hurricane Michael, California wildfires and Australia’s hailstorm were the primary causes of the losses


Insurers urged to back climate change initiatives

CRO Forum calls on insurers to use influence in tackling climate change