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  • Regulatory action lags behind nature crisis threatening economy, says WWF

    17 July 2024

    The NGO publishes its deforestation guide for regulators, central banks and supervisors

  • South Korean insurers' solvency falls in Q1 as capital bill rises

    17 July 2024
  • Countdown begins for review of UK Ogden rates

    16 July 2024

    Personal injury discount rates affect reserving for liability insurers

  • The EU Taxonomy makes insurers look bad at sustainability - but is it fair?

    16 July 2024

    In their first year of reporting, several major insurers have disclosed that none of their activities qualify as sustainable. Joshua Geer investigates whether the insurers or the EU Taxonomy framework is at fault

  • UK's "dynamic" general insurance stress test will assess real-time reactions to events

    15 July 2024

    Firms will be handed a sequence of stresses over three weeks in May 2025

  • Public disclosure is the biggest change for the UK's life insurance stress tests

    12 July 2024

    But reporting will not be timely and may not provide a full picture of insurers' resilience, consultants warn

  • AI Act implementation timeline published

    12 July 2024

    Obligations for high risk systems come into force August 2026

  • NYDFS issues guidance on AI discrimination

    11 July 2024

    Insurers in the state are expected to demonstrate the "actuarial validity" of AI

  • As Europe's political wheels turn, insurers set out their demands

    11 July 2024

    With the EU entering a new legislative cycle, Joshua Geer hears from Insurance Europe's Olav Jones about the priorities for the insurance sector

  • French political uncertainty poses risks to insurers, Swiss Re warns

    11 July 2024

    Rising sovereign bond yields have some benefits for insurers, but other threats could emerge