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Isabelle Santenac: Insurance sector must throw its weight behind the green energy transition

2022-10-18T12:44:00+01:00 By Yiannis Kotoulas

However, the industry cannot abdicate its responsibility to protect the world’s current energy supply, says global insurance leader

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Lloyd’s and Aon urge industry to build customer resilience amid Russia-Ukraine war

2022-10-13T13:27:00+01:00 By Clare Ruel

The pair will be establishing an innovation forum

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Lloyd’s of London resets systems following potential cyber attack

2022-10-06T15:46:00+01:00 By Yiannis Kotoulas

The international insurance marketplace detected ‘unusual activity’ on its network last night, it told Insurance Times

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Lloyd’s receives approval for cyber syndicate as it targets pragmatic growth

2022-09-26T07:00:00+01:00

The market is developing ‘realistic disaster scenarios’ to prepare for potential threats, added chief of markets

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‘Temporary’ government energy bill support does not avert risk of insolvency for UK businesses

2022-09-26T06:30:00+01:00 By Isobel Rafferty

Commercial insurance clients may now have to make operational decisions to survive tough economic times, say insurers

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Lloyd’s of London’s reserving for Ukraine crisis is a 'sensible reserve position’

2022-09-12T15:16:00+01:00 By Yiannis Kotoulas

Lloyd’s had arrived at its reserving figure for Ukraine-related claims via a ’probability weighted exposure reserving method’, says chief financial officer

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Climate change discussion is ‘more urgent than ever before’ to gain independence from Russia

2022-09-12T08:30:00+01:00 By Katie Scott

Reinsurer cites dual motivations as to why climate change and the transition to net zero carbon emissions needs to be pushed up global agendas

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Russia’s sovereign internet could see cyber insurance implications – CyberCube

2022-09-12T08:05:00+01:00 By Clare Ruel

A sovereign Russian internet could lead to cybercriminal safe havens which could see implications for cyber insurance according to the latest report from CyberCube published today (12 September 2022).

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Briefing: Russia-Ukraine conflict takes toll on insurers’ half-year results

2022-08-25T11:06:00+01:00 By Katie Scott

Insurers are preparing for further losses as Russia continues to hold on to leased planes

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Marsh and Ascot Group deliver first placement of marine cargo and war insurance

2022-08-23T12:50:00+01:00 By Isobel Rafferty

The facility is now available to clients of Lloyd’s of London registered brokers

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Lloyd’s of London sets cyber policy exclusions for state-backed attacks

2022-08-22T06:16:00+01:00 By Clare Ruel

Managing agents must show that exclusion clauses have been legally reviewed

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Axa prepares for ‘potential claims’ from Ukraine and Russia war through exposed lines

2022-08-04T07:30:00+01:00 By Katie Scott

Some of the insurer’s crisis management policies, for example, have been ‘triggered because of the war in Ukraine’, says group chief financial officer