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VW scandal puts German legal insurers 'in a spin'

SFCRs reveal insurers are still feeling the pain from the diesel emissions scandal

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Top technology tools for actuaries

The actuarial world may sometimes be perceived as a stolid profession, but the development and integration of new technologies means the sector is moving apace. A survey by the US Society of Actuaries highlights the key technology trends in the business. Sarfraz Thind explains

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Scor's premiums rise by 9.6% in April renewals

Follows the positive trend seen at the January renewals

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Rothesay Life's internal model cuts £411m from capital requirement

UK annuity writer changes asset mix, bringing greater matching adjustment benefit

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Getting IFRS 17 ready for lift off

Despite the recent efforts by the IASB in proposing several changes to ease the implementation of IFRS 17, the new accounting standard for insurance contracts, some in the industry believe more needs to be done. Cintia Cheong rounds up the latest developments on IFRS 17 and the outstanding issues until its launch

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"The Solvency II review is a Herculean task for regulators"

Talanx's chief risk officer Gerhard Stahl talks to David Walker about the 2020 review of Solvency II, how to improve risk reporting, and the story behind ESG integration

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Seasoned underwriters put Lloyd's losses in context

Map’s David Shipley and Richard Trubshaw praise Lloyd’s for supporting strong underwriting

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Asta, Axis and Chubb among Lloyd's underwriting laggards in 2018

Beazley and Hiscox syndicates among the better performers, Lloyd’s report reveals

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Lloyd's to launch radical consultation for future blueprint

A prospectus outlining ‘transformational’ options for the market will be launched in May

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Drone risk flies high

The disruption caused by drones at airports has propelled the risk to worldwide attention. For underwriters, it is adding to their considerations - but they also have much to gain from the technology. Paul Walsh reports