UK coronavirus death rate beginning to fall, say actuaries

But Covid-19 deaths remain roughly double the government quoted figures


Unum credit rating cut after $1.2bn LTC reserving hit

Moody's downgrades rating to just above junk status


Covid-19 pandemic likely to last two years

The virus will not be halted until 60% to 70% of the population is immune, say US medical experts


UK coronavirus deaths are 'roughly double' that of quoted figures, say actuaries

Approximately 45,000 more deaths than expected this year


EDITORIAL: What impact has Covid-19 had on insurers?

Christopher Cundy shares his thoughts on the story so far


Covid-19 market shocks hit life insurers on multiple fronts

Hymans Robertson says asset slump is creating uncertainty for annuities, with-profits and unit-linked business


UK has 30,000 more deaths than expected in 2020, say actuaries

Continuous Mortality Investigation calculates deaths attributable to Covid-19


UK buy-in/out market to be worth £25bn in 2020

Lower than 2019 but second highest on record


Worst-case scenario could see up to five million Covid-19 deaths in the US

Society of Actuaries publishes Covid-19 mortality modelling survey


Generali Switzerland's three-phase approach to coping with Covid-19

Giselle Lim, chief risk officer at Generali Switzerland, describes how the insurer is responding to the operational, capital markets and communication challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic