This year’s World Economic Forum and its attendant Global Risk Report saw a new net-zero initiative for insurers and a focus on resilience to the risks of a rocky macro environment.
Tom Clementi, CEO of Pool Re, provides Airmic News with an update on plans for 2023 at the UK’s terrorism risk mutual reinsurer, including a study of systemic cyber risk, small business resilience and proposed changes to Pool Re’s own reinsurance scheme.
Insurers looking to buy reinsurance at the January 2023 renewals faced hard market conditions of steep price rises and a shortage of available capacity for risk transfer.
Proposed changes to QOCS are likely to lead to claims rush, writes Paul Wainwright, partner and head of costs, Clyde & Co.
Herbert Smith Freehills has provided guidance for firms in response to the regulator’s review of progress implementing Consumer Duty requirements.
An annual review by law firm Herbert Smith Freehills provides analysis of the key legal cases and developments affecting the insurance sector.
Airmic has again secured annual accreditation from the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) for its programme of events, and learning and development opportunities for Airmic members.
The first of five interactive breakfast-style sessions will be focused on providing leadership in uncertain times and is set for 29 March.
In partnership with AXA Climate Airmic has launched the online AXA Climate Risk Management School learning programme as an exclusive member benefit.
Airmic and the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors (CIIA) have worked together to issue a study into building resilience through collaboration in a challenging world.