Insurers caught up in the Swiss roil

The fall of Credit Suisse, hot on the heels of SVB and Signature Bank, has sent insurers scrambling to assess the risks to their portfolios. While the hit seems manageable, Sarfraz Thind asks if there could be worse to come


Investors "flying blind" on earnings during IFRS 17 transition, says Berenberg

Bridge from IFRS 4 to IFRS 17 on 2023 earning missing until later this year


Zurich arranges £1.4bn longevity swap for UBS UK pension scheme

The deal sees 100% of the longevity risk reinsured by Canada Life Reinsurance.


Shipping insurance sector faces possible tipping point in 2020

P.L. Ferrari report argues member-owned P&I Clubs are running unsustainable models


Swiss Re to push ahead with ReAssure IPO

Targets trillion-pound opportunities in closed-book life consolidation


Paul Fulcher joins consulting and actuarial firm

ALM and capital management expert quits Nomura after six years


Q3 cat losses stop further reductions in reinsurance rates, but do not improve pricing by much

Losses of $136bn set 2017 as one of the worst loss years on record


Reinsurance pricing set to rise in 2018, but not by much

Increases by up to 10% globally, US expected to be slightly higher


ASR to issue RT1 debt

Dutch insurer on the road with planned €300m issue


More than 170 delegates expected at Insurance Risk & Capital

Third edition of InsuranceERM's conference takes place in three weeks