Archive

  • FSB widens scope of proposed resolution regime

    21 August 2013

    The Financial Stability Board's consultation on applying the key attributes of resolution regimes to non-banks implies an extension to the range of insurers under scrutiny, as well as to the powers available to supervisors, as InsuranceERM explains

  • Time to engage with recovery and resolution planning

    07 August 2013

    The blueprints for recovery and resolution planning are still in development, but insurers of significance to both the global and domestic markets would do well to pay attention now, as David Strachan explains

  • New UK accounting standard proposed for insurers

    02 August 2013

    Means rationalisation rather than new requirements, says FRC

  • Insurers face "biggest ever" financial reporting change

    21 June 2013

    Third draft of international standard on insurer accounting released

  • Reporting is top concern in Solvency II preparation guidelines

    12 June 2013

    Four consultants offer their thoughts on the most challenging aspects of the Solvency II preparation guidelines – and where insurers will be petitioning for change

  • Deloitte appoints US insurance head

    15 May 2013

    Amoroso retires in June

  • Celent appoints insurance senior vice president

    04 April 2013

    Jamie Macgregor takes over from Craig Weber

  • Deloitte to launch new economic and risk scenario generator

    18 March 2013

    XSG to replace the Smith model

  • LTG assessment could have huge implications for annuity firms, says Deloitte

    25 January 2013

    While UK MEP Fox slams ex-ante decision

  • Australia beats Europe on regulatory overhaul

    21 December 2012

    Australia has succeeded where Europe has seemingly failed by implementing new solvency capital regulations for insurers in three years – with relatively few delays. The standards will be implemented on 1 January 2013 and follow a broadly similar approach to Solvency II. Lorna Davies reports