Chubb changed its underwriting criteria for oil and gas extraction projects in a bid to help stop global warming.
Campaigners from Insure Our Future wrote to chief executives of 30 insurance companies pleading them to “scale up efforts” to avoid an “unmanageable” climate breakdown.
Allianz Commercial’s chief underwriting officer Catherine Dixon reveals how to underwrite in a high inflationary environment and grow the renewable energy sector.
Following its success in winning the highly coveted Commercial Lines Insurer of the Year award at the The British Insurance Awards 2022, content director Jonathan Swift caught up with Nick Hobbs, chief distribution and regions officer at Allianz…
Data analysis: Insurers and reinsurers are managing to stick to their shorter-term goals of cutting underwriting emissions even during the energy crisis.
With a closing date of 17 March, you will need to start preparing your 2023 British Insurance Awards entries sooner rather than later to make the cut; and be in with a chance of winning at the industry’s most prestigious insurance awards show.
Hiscox’s UK and London Markets businesses both dropped gross written premium in real terms but continued profitability, as the insurer announced the launch of an ESG sub-syndicate.
View from the top: Zurich’s Anita Fernqvist on how changing the way insurance buys can be a driver for change
Anita Fernqvist, chief operating officer at Zurich, argues that buying products and services from social enterprises can help the insurance sector achieve its ESG ambitions.
Stepping up to the hotseat at the beginning of the pandemic might have initially phased him, but Crawford group CEO Rohit Verma tells Jonathan Swift how embracing technology, local empowerment, and being alive to the ‘silver tsunami’ has seen him make…
Sarah Mallaby, distribution and trading director of Axa Commercial, prepares for the Biba conference, the British Insurance Awards and gets ready to launch new propositions in SME and motor trade.
Insurer employees believing the only way to get more money to cover the cost-of-living crisis was to move jobs resulted in an unprecedented number of job vacancies in 2022, according to labour market analysis.
Women from a lower socio-economic and ethnic minority background face the longest, hardest climb to the top of the insurance industry, a KPMG report has revealed.
The Net-Zero Insurance Alliance has unveiled its first target-setting protocols in the transition to a net-zero emissions global economy. But not everyone is satisfied, with some saying the announcement is "devoid of any ambition".
Blog: Lindsay Getschel, outreach and engagement associate at Ocean Risk and Resilience Action Alliance explores the impact of illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing on the insurance industry.
Blog: With consumers becoming increasingly conscious of climate change, there has been an increase in the ownership of electric cars, but even they aren’t completely innocent. Andy James CEO of Zixty, asks if environmentally conscious motor insurance…
Data analysis: Insurance Post examines data to identify the top commercial insurance risks for the next 12 months and beyond, based on the insight of risk management experts, and examines how insurers are adapting policies and approaches to protect…
Senior insurtech figures from the market reflect on 2022 and reflect on what 2023 might bring.
Senior claims figures look back on 2022 and reflect on what 2023 might bring.
More than half of repairers surveyed by APB club have disclosed they use more non-original equipment parts than last year as repairs are facing increasing delays, but there is still pushback from some bodyshops.
In this podcast, Insurance Post and Crif Decision Solutions examine the extent and influence of environmental, social and governance principles on insurers and their supply chains.
Lloyd's is remaining tight-lipped about who will insure the first UK coal mine approved in decades as campaigners accuse insurers contemplating offering cover for the project of causing "climate chaos."
Senior figures from the insurance market look back on 2022 and reflect on what 2023 might bring.
RSA has launched a low-carbon underwriting policy and committed to achieving an underwriting portfolio for energy production that is over 75% low carbon by 2030.
Sheldon Mills, FCA executive director, consumers and competition has stressed “statistics speak for themselves” and the industry does not represent the communities it serves