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The Insurance Insider is relied upon by senior industry figures and investors for its insight & intelligence. Key trends are identified and analysed, tomorrow's news is broken today and the world's events and losses are dissected for what impact they will have on the industry, its balance sheets and share prices.

The Insurance Insider is relied upon by senior industry figures and investors for its insight & intelligence. Key trends are identified and ...

PV rates rise up to 50% as class enters ‘first true hard market’

Rates in the political violence (PV) class are hardening across the board, triggered by the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, with rates in more capricious locations rising by as much as 50%...
Rates in the political violence (PV) class are hardening across the board, triggered by the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, with rates in more capricious locations rising by as much as 50%...
Article / 21 hours ago

Johnson ‘impatient’ with regulators over Solvency II reform: report

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told confidants he is “getting impatient” with the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) over reforms to Solvency II, according to a report.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told confidants he is “getting impatient” with the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) over reforms to Solvency II, according to a report.
Article / 1 day ago

Global InsurTech VC funding cools to pre-pandemic levels: report

Global venture capital (VC) investment in InsurTech start-ups fell to $2.5bn in Q1 and is set to decline again in Q2 as the market moves back to pre-pandemic levels of funding, a new report has claimed.
Global venture capital (VC) investment in InsurTech start-ups fell to $2.5bn in Q1 and is set to decline again in Q2 as the market moves back to pre-pandemic levels of funding, a new report has claimed.
Article / 2 days ago

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