65426

Avoid prescriptive supervision of climate change risk, say European insurers

Insurance Europe responds to IAIS's consultation

65423

IFoA president-elect: actuaries must keep the world insurable

Louise Pryor says actuaries and insurers must deal with the urgent risk of climate change

65419

Casualty risk mitigation needs a forward-looking view

Liability risk modeller Praedicat responds to PRA's focus on this area and Dear CRO letter

65409

Orsas are for short-term planning, not long-term climate risk assessment

Zurich's John Scott agrees with Insurance Europe's view on Eiopa's proposals

65406

Bruce Carnegie-Brown's "reputation on the line" over Lloyd's fossil fuel plans

The insurance market published its inaugural ESG report in December

65405

People moves: Abir, Ascot and CRO Forum

InsuranceERM rounds up major appointments in the insurance industry

65376

Germany's interest rate reserve gets bigger - and better

German life insurers paid more into the Zinszusatzreserve again in 2020, despite the new "corridor method" of calculation that intended to unburden the sector. Industry leaders tell David Walker the ZZR remains fit for purpose nonetheless

65390

Insurance Europe warns against imposing climate risk scenarios in Orsas

European stress testing may be a better tool, says the trade body

65373

The new risks emerging from remote working

The long-term effects of relocating staff from offices to their homes, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, are beginning to be understood. Risk managers have been satisfied in some respects, but deep concerns about staff wellbeing and the impacts on culture remain. Christopher Cundy reports

65383

UK trade credit reinsurance support programme extended

Government will now help underwriters until at least June 2021, in line with situation in Germany