Hurricane Irma could cost up to US$65bnSeptember 12 2017 by InsuranceAsia News Staff
Industry losses from Nanmadol revised to US$1bn: Perils
- March 20
The third estimate by the loss data specialist covers property losses sustained by Japanese non-life insurers from the typhoon last year.
Carriers brace for property claims as bushfires spread across Australia
- March 20
A heatwave has sparked dozens of fires that have impacted multiple properties across WA, SA and NSW with claims inevitable.
ICA calls for 10-year disaster funding over worsening extreme weather
- March 16
The insurer body wants the government to extend the US$133m per year programme into a rolling scheme.
Auckland floods initial loss estimate is over US$1bn: Perils
- March 15
The unprecedented event is labelled as the largest weather-related insurance industry loss historically for New Zealand.
Allianz Re: Agriculture Insurance in Asia: Protection gap and embracing technology
Digital transformation is at the heart of bridging protection gap and removing bottlenecks for farm cover in China and India.
AXA XL: Helping ESG move from the periphery to the mainstream
Underwriter Victoria Soo and Senior Risk Analyst Daryl Soh on how credit insurance helps finance infrastructure projects and other ESG investments.