While reinsurers have increased their efforts to incorporate climate change in their decision-making process, many companies are facing difficulties in robustly implementing these considerations, says S&P Global Ratings.
The insurance industry's biggest diversity and inclusion festival, Dive In, was launched yesterday, with employees in the sector across nearly 40 countries joining the festival, both virtually and physically.
Nine out of 10 people in France are worried about weather-related events and believe Nat CAT risks are getting worse in the country as a result of climate change.
Insurers have revealed a cautious willingness to underwrite fire safety risks on new projects to remove defective cladding from high rise buildings according to a new survey conducted by the International Underwriting Association (IUA).
Climate change has significant implications for the health and future of children and young people, yet they have little power to limit its harm, making them vulnerable to increased climate anxiety.
Global reinsurers have weathered pandemic impacts well, but amid other growing challenges brought on by climate risk, social inflation and other types of perils, companies need to maintain an innovative mindset, according to a new AM Best report capturing the views of panelists from a recent reinsurance industry briefing.
bolttech, one of the fastest-growing international InsurTech unicorns, has extended its recently-announced $180m series A funding round led by Activant Capital Group, taking the series total to $210m.
MS Amlin has announced the appointment of Mr Robert Wiest as CEO. He will take up the role on 3 January 2022 and will be based in Zurich, Switzerland.
In simple activities, cognitive diversity is not helpful, said consultant and The Times journalist Matthew Syed in a recent podcast.
Confidence is recovering fast in the MGA market despite the pandemic according to a recent survey by law firm Clyde & Co. The survey was conducted in summer of 2021 and included more than 50 insurers and MGAs.