The Hartford estimates $251m of Covid-19 losses in Q2, mostly from BI

A $213m estimate for BI on indirect physical damage losses


Covid-19 BI litigation "will stop America's recovery before it starts"

The APCIA has been at the forefront of fighting fires in the current crisis. Senior vice president Robert Gordon talks to Sarfraz Thind about the business interruption saga and why litigation is simply wrong


APCIA hits back at Chubb's pandemic insurance proposals

The argument is exposing fissures in the US pandemic insurance debate


California launches database to spur green insurance products

Commissioner Ricardo Lara encourages regulators to speak to consumers on green products


FASB formally proposes LDTI delay

Deadline for comments is 24 August


Chubb proposes alternative pandemic coverage solution

Public-private partnership outlined by CEO suggests pandemic is insurable


US court dismisses restaurant's Covid-19 BI case

Michigan case could set precedent in BI coverage battle


North American re/insurers report $2.2bn in pandemic losses

Fitch's estimate is much lower than Lloyd's $13bn global loss tally, but could increase


Legal experts lock horns over pandemic BI payouts

Tensions ran high during InsuranceERM's virtual panel discussion on the legal risk implications of the Covid-19 pandemic, as experts discussed the next steps in arguably the biggest legal crisis the insurance industry has ever seen. Paul Walsh reports.


IAIS reports 48 insurers as "internationally active" groups

IAIGs will be supervised according to ComFrame rules