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Rodrigo Amaral

Rodrigo Amaral is a freelance journalist

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Europe's AI Act adds to insurers' compliance burden

Compliance with new EU regulations on the use of artificial intelligence technology will be costly and time consuming, although experience of dealing with other regulatory initiatives should ease the burden for insurance businesses

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France moves to reform natural catastrophe scheme

Insurance surcharge will increase next year in the first of an expected wave of changes that aim to guarantee the system’s financial health as losses pile up

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Smaller and cleaner IRB(Re) is back to business: Castillo

In the wake of a scandal, the Brazilian reinsurance giant undertook a dramatic overhaul. After reporting a return to profit in 2023 the company is now looking for new opportunities in Europe and Latin America, its chief reinsurance officer says

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Surety bond market set for boost in Brazil

New public procurement regulations coupled with large government-backed infrastructure investment plans in Brazil are expected to increase demand for surety bonds, but underwriters are cautious 

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Insurers under pressure from risk managers on energy transition coverage

Buyers complain adequate cover is hard to find, while underwriters want greater transparency and to be more involved in projects

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France triggers the fight for European captives

The implementation of new tax and accounting rules has had an immediate impact on the captives market in France. As competition in the sector heats up, other jurisdictions may follow suit

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