Insurtech weekly: Carrot Insurance; Neptune Flood; Milliman; Collective Benefits

InsuranceERM rounds up the latest developments in the fast-moving world of insurtech


Lloyd's veteran Jon Hancock takes up AIG role

Hancock will join AIG as CEO of its international general insurance business this spring


Chubb's Barney Wanstall: creating the 'end-to-end' IFRS 17 solution

One of the biggest challenges for insurers implementing the IFRS 17 accounting standard is creating a seamless and robust system that takes in all the relevant information and produces the required numbers, as Chubb's head of IFRS 17 implementation in 25 countries explains to Cintia Cheong


AAIC's ERM journey: inspired by Europe

AAIC's CRO Lorie Graham started the company's ERM programme in 2008 at a time when the US reinsurance sector had few models to look at. So she took her inspiration from the Europeans, she tells Sarfraz Thind


Coronavirus puts insurers' pandemic risk strategies in spotlight

The World Health Organization's director-general has said the virus has pandemic potential


Argo confirms big losses in Q4

Unfavourable development of prior-year reserves largely to blame


Insurers struggling to price US D&O risk as claimants prefer litigation to settlements

Loss creep fed by claimants taking on "people in powerful positions" in media, politics and sport, AM Best says


EU must stay firm on ICS commitment, says European Commission

Testing for global Insurance Capital Standard shaken by French withdrawal


COMMENT: Putting the ICS to the test

Jonathan Dixon, secretary general of the International Association of Insurance Supervisors, discusses the organisation's plans for monitoring the global Insurance Capital Standard


Bermuda's return to EU tax cooperative list 'pleases' re/insurers

The island had previously been on an EU list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions