EU Parliament's Solvency II negotiations drag on to 2023

Parties still far apart on sustainability and long-term guarantee package


Chubb, RenaissanceRe and Axa reveal hurricane Ian losses

Catastrophe risk modellers have predicted insured losses as high as $74bn from the hurricane


EU committee shocked as Ferber deletes climate measures in Solvency II reforms

German MEP says green-supporting factors are "beyond his imagination".


Immo Querner to leave Talanx after 14 years as CFO

Jan Wicke will replace Querner at the German insurer


IASB's Hoogervorst defends IFRS 17 as global standard, despite US exclusion

Chair of accounting standards board says life insurer troubles could have been avoided


Swiss Re shelves second share buy-back plan

Nat cats, Thomas Cook liquidation and Ethiopian Airlines crash impacted Swiss Re’s non-life results


Econ capitulates on objections to Solvency II reforms

European Parliament’s Economic and Finance Committee had threatened to derail amendments to standard formula


Insurtech weekly: DataCubes, Inshur, Open CNP, Baloise, Munich Re

InsuranceERM rounds up the latest developments in the fast-moving world of insurtech


EC's Solvency II reforms to ignore risk margin, interest rate recalibration

Exclusive: The European Commission is set to endorse most of the Solvency II reforms recommended by the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (Eiopa), according to a draft of the proposals seen by InsuranceERM. Christopher Cundy explains


Accountants chuckle as IASB chair claims IFRS 17 will "sail through"

Hans Hoogervorst said insurers are "exceedingly happy" with progress