Archive

  • Covid-19 Actuaries Response Group's co-founder receives MBE

    04 January 2022

    Stuart McDonald, Nigel Wilson and Johnny Timpson were recognised in the UK's New Year honours

  • Aegon boosts solvency ratio after longevity reinsurance deal

    15 December 2021

    Dutch insurer transfers €7bn liabilities to RGA

  • Covid-19 deaths still "a long way" from Spanish flu scenario

    14 December 2021

    Germany's excess mortality in pandemic revealed by Destatis

  • Allianz's $35bn US life reinsurance deal to free up €3.6bn of capital

    03 December 2021

    Move will help German group reach 13%-plus return on equity target

  • UK's first pensions superfund to disrupt the bulk annuity market

    01 December 2021

    Regulator approves Clara Pensions, but insurers disapprove

  • CMI places no weight on 2020-2021 data for next mortality projections

    24 November 2021

    2021 still likely to be an outlier, says CMI

  • Insurance Risk & Capital Emea: Vitality CRO's insights on Covid legacy

    18 November 2021

    Kirsty Leece will speak at InsuranceERM's virtual Emea conference in December

  • Cattolica sets aside €11m to pay for dormant policies

    17 November 2021

    Italian regulator wants all life insurers to find customers - or kin - of dormant policies

  • Aegon considering reinsurance as Covid hits US life book

    11 November 2021

    Pandemic behind about half the group's Q3 adverse US mortality experience

  • Climate change's threat to longevity

    09 November 2021

    The relationship between the environment and human health is a growing topic for life insurers. Longevity modelling experts expect there will be some important and unexpected trends to consider, as Cintia Cheong reports