Wednesday, November 13, 2019
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AI risks have to be recognised

Risk managers have urged law makers in Europe to ensure that the risks that come with the implementation of artificial intelligence are balanced with...

Insurer call for shift in gears for vehicle data

European insurers have called in the European Commission to go above and beyond current plans to allow access to vehicle data. The EU associate which...

Tokio Marine gets EU subsidiary approval

Tokio Marine Group has announced it is to set up its European operation in Luxembourg. The underwriter said today that it has received regulatory approval...

German giant to cease coal fired business cover

The Allianz Group has said it is to “significantly expand” its climate strategy  which will see it divest itself from fossil fuel investments and...

Underwriter to be delisted after successful tender

Trade credit insurance giant Euler Hermes will be delisted on Friday after the Allianz Group successfully completed its acquisition. The underwriter will be removed from...

Insurers moves to “Brexit-proof” its European business

AIG has set out its plans for life in Europe post Brexit which is says will deliver certainty whatever the outcome of the current...

Investments boost re/insurers’ reserves

Rating firm A M Best has said European re/insurers have benefited from investment gains as they have increased their holdings in equities over recent...

Axa goes XL with $15 billion buy

French insurance giant Axa is to acquire the XL Catlin group for $15.3 billion. The deal was announced this morning as Axa said the move...

PRA chief addresses Solvency II reform

The Deputy Governor for Prudential Regulation and CEO of the PRA has said the market will continue to look at how it can adapt...

Brokers told to get Brexit plans in place

London market intermediaries have been told they need to start planning now for the post Brexit environment which may well require EU entities to...