65437

Hong Kong insurers face Orsa overload

Own risk and solvency assessments introduced ahead of RBC regime

65436

BI appeal opportunity recedes for Australian insurers

Lawyer says BI insurers' legal arguments in Australia were too narrow

65434

Terrorism insurance's blurred lines

What constitutes a "terrorist" act sparks debate ahead of Biden inauguration

65435

Insurers shouldn't be scapegoated over environment, says Zurich CRO

Peter Giger discusses implications from the World Economic Forum risk report

65433

"Responsible underwriting will become the norm"

Renaud Guidée, group chief risk officer at Axa, is spearheading the launch of a net-zero underwriting alliance, an industry initiative to tackle climate change through underwriting. He tells Cintia Cheong why it's needed and explains the challenges ahead

65431

QBE boosts risk margin after UK BI judgement

The outcome left the insurer with less headroom to cover Australian BI claims

65430

Insurers warned of further litigation after UK BI test case resolution

Any delays to payments could see insurers back in court, lawyer warns

65427

UK insurers face multi-million payouts after losing BI appeal

Courts ruled in favour of Financial Conduct Authority in business interruption test case

65414

Free webinar: Asian CROs discuss regulatory change and market trends

Experts share experiences and best practice at 19 January webinar

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Avoid prescriptive supervision of climate change risk, say European insurers

Insurance Europe responds to IAIS's consultation