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German hybrid life products raise risk modelling concerns

Use of GDV model scrutinised by regulator

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Bermuda begins to move on climate

The regulator's inaugural climate change survey has found the island's insurers could be doing much more to address the issues associated with global warming. But insurers certainly seem interested in making progress, as Sarfraz Thind reports

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Oasis LMF receives $2m funding to expand open modelling system

A total of 10 major insurers and brokers pledge funds over next two years

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RMS to launch climate change models

New models allow users to assess climate change under IPCC scenarios

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Regulators should encourage cat model diversity, says Oxford University study

Researchers have shown how the re/insurance markets can benefit from using a diversity of catastrophe models to understand and price their risk. So what are regulators doing about it? Christopher Cundy reports

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Insurers rule out separate Orsa process for Covid-19

Insurance Europe said the pandemic is not a new risk in itself

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Greenlight Re says today's catastrophes "endlessly break" risk models

Bermudian reinsurer avoids long-tail risk where the "models get things wrong"

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Steering NewRe through the Covid-19 stress test

NewRe's chief risk officer (CRO) Christian Dahmen was highly commended in InsuranceERM's 2021 awards. He tells Ronan McCaughey about overhauling the reinsurer's risk management function and emerging risks to monitor

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US winter storms will lead to 750,000 claims and $18bn insured loss

Cat modelling chief Karen Clark says similar events could reasonably occur in future

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Is address-level pricing causing or solving natcat protection gaps?

Consumers in high-risk districts are facing unaffordable premiums for property cover - a situation that some blame on insurers' increasingly detailed pricing methods. But insurers argue that address-level pricing allows them to close protection gaps. David Walker reports