Bank of England struggles to find evidence for climate capital requirements

Climate-related supervision will focus on stress and scenario testing


UK's Solvency II reforms would increase risk of life insurer failure by 20%

Bank of England's governor responds to MPs' request for analysis


UK consults on proposed insurer resolution regime

Bail-in and temporary public ownership among the options for stabilising failing firms


UK firms survive 2022 stress tests on average, but some dip below 100% solvency

Some 54 life and non-life entities tested their solvency under extreme scenarios


COMMENT: Solvency UK's number is up

Have Sam Woods and Andrew Bailey disrupted the government's Solvency II reform plans?


InsuranceERM's top stories of 2022

Christopher Cundy, Ronan McCaughey, Sarfraz Thind, Paul Walsh and Joshua Geer review the key developments that shaped the insurance market in 2022 - and share their outlooks for 2023


Regulators consider capital for climate risk

Insurance regulators are keen to ensure their prudential frameworks properly incorporate climate risk. But whether this should be reflected in capital requirements is proving a difficult question to answer, as Christopher Cundy reports


Championing the UK Black Actuaries Network

The key people behind the launch of the UK Black Actuaries Network - Chika Aghadiuno and Mudi Ugono - tell Ronan McCaughey about the aims and aspirations for the initiative and why it is so crucial


Insurance Risk Data announces 2023 Bermuda investment outsourcing report

Research contains over 120 pages of analysis, exhibits and data


UK ditches plan to reform fundamental spread in Solvency II matching adjustment

Government leaves design and calibration of fundamental spread alone