Ukraine's insurers urge regulatory "Marshall plan" to survive war

Proposals include IFRS 17 delay and softening regulatory requirements


GFIA ends Russian insurers' membership

Decision comes two months after Insurance Europe ended its partnership with Russian insurers


Australia risking "pariah status" among investors by insuring coal

Adani requested federal backstop for mutual pool


Carmichael mine boss wants government help for mutual coal insurer

Pressure on politicians as federal elections approach on 21 May


Global convergence of ICS regime is unlikely, Fitch warns

The first two years of the global insurance capital standard's monitoring period have been completed


Net-zero transition could double size of London insurance market

Analysis was conducted by the London and International Insurance Brokers' Association


Actuaries put on climate risk alert

The IFoA said it is crucial for actuaries to consider the impact of climate change


Insurers begin long countdown to net zero

Some of the world's biggest insurers have joined the Net-Zero Insurance Alliance. Thomas Cox examines the challenges facing the insurance group, and how it can help tackle climate risk


NZIA defines metric for insurers' net-zero targets

The Net-Zero Insurance Alliance updated the market in a white paper


Climate change poses multiple risks for life insurers, says Scor

The reinsurer warned of falling crop yields, water scarcity and desertification