Aon has established a new executive committee following the Willis Towers Watson acquisition termination.
Lloyd’s of London, which on Wednesday was targeted by climate activists wielding green paint, has published a roadmap detailing steps to push industries towards net-zero.
Aviva has published a seven step plan calling on the government and industry to prepare at risk homes, businesses and schools for weather events.
Eight insurers and reinsurers have established a United Nations-convened Net Zero Insurance Alliance as founding members, committing to transition their insurance and reinsurance underwriting portfolios to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
ABI Climate Change Summit: Past point of stepping away from climate change responsibilities says Direct Line's James
With “trillions in assets”, “billions spent” on supply chain and “millions of customers”, Direct Line CEO Penny James urges the insurance industry is past the point where anyone can step away from their responsibilities in relation to climate change.
The Association of British Insurers has set out an ambitious Climate Change Roadmap that could see the UK’s insurance industry contribute one-third of the investment needed to meet the UK’s Net Zero target.
Member of Scottish Parliament and the cabinet secretary for finance and the economy Kate Forbes has urged insurers to grab the “once in a generation opportunity” of Cop 26 later this year and put the transition to net-zero at the heart of “everything…
City of London has picked Nick Lyons, chair of Phoenix, as next Lord Mayor of London with effect from November 2022.
Andrew Morrish has left Aviva after more than 13 years with the business, most recently as claims director, with Dave Lovely’s role extending to cover UK.
The government is prepared to explore an insurance scheme for live entertainment in the event of a market failure, the secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport Oliver Dowden has said.
The Association of British Insurers is recruiting an independent chair and independent non-executive director and has selected a president and deputy president for the first time.
Covéa is reportedly mulling a third attempt in four years to buy a reinsurer as it eyes Axa XL Re, with experts noting the insurer would look 'pretty hapless' if it failed to get another deal over the line.
Insurers are expecting claims volumes to rise in Scotland as Qualified One Way Costs Shifting goes live.
The Prince of Wales' climate insurance taskforce launch will not put a stop to protesters taking to Lloyd's to demand a swift end to fossil fuel cover, activist groups have told Post.
Lloyd’s chairman Bruce Carnegie-Brown urged that “every conversation” should be about sustainability, climate and inclusion as the insurance industry partnered with the Prince of Wales for his Sustainable Markets Initiative Insurance Task Force.
Forum of Insurance Lawyers Scotland chair Bruce Goodbrand and Northern Ireland chair Kevin Shevlin spoke to Post about how different arms of Foil work together to address the issues the industry is facing and also learn from one another.
Insurers are concerned that whiplash reforms may result in claims management company “displacement”.