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The FIO's climate letters reveal burning desires

The Federal Insurance Office (FIO) has published a raft of comment letters after its request for information on climate regulation. Could this be the tinder to spark new rules? Sarfraz Thind reports

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Fema defends Risk Rating 2.0 flood model from criticism

But new model does not look to future climate change predictions

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CMI places no weight on 2020-2021 data for next mortality projections

2021 still likely to be an outlier, says CMI

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Insurtech weekly: Steadily, Swiss Re, Kettle, Tokio Marine, Nexar

InsuranceERM rounds up the latest fundraisings and partnerships from the world of insurtech

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Future pandemic risk pools will be shallow, not deep

The concept of an all-encompassing government-backed risk pool to deal with the threat of future pandemics is all but dead. However, public support remains available for smaller schemes, as Paul Walsh reports

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Insurers decry California's proposed wildfire model regulations

Industry argues wildfire insurance rules will stifle innovation and hit participation

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US cyber market grew 29% in 2020 but remains miniscule overall

The cyber line accounts for just 0.4% of overall P&C premiums, NAIC finds

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Current cat losses are unprecedented for industry, says AIG's Zaffino

Climate change has seen historic losses as industry grapples with new normal

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Beazley's ESG syndicate helps engage with clients on climate

Cyber rates skyrocket 48% by September

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What's driving growth in nat cat losses?

Experts at the Insurance Risk & Capital Americas conference discussed trends in natural catastrophe loss exposures, model constraints and how insurers should address insurability of high-risk properties. Cintia Cheong reports