• European Commission lowers Solvency II investment charges

    08 March 2019

    Delegated act amending standard formula finally published

  • Commission reveals scope of Solvency II reforms in 2020 advice request

    18 February 2019

    In its request for technical advice from Eiopa, the European Commission has given its strongest indication yet about where it might take Solvency II. Christopher Cundy shares his thoughts

  • Eiopa targets improved conduct and supervisory convergence for 2019

    05 February 2019

    The EU authority has revealed its key targets for the year ahead

  • MEPs press Commission to think again on Solvency II amendments

    23 January 2019

    Four areas need immediate attention, Econ committee says

  • Eiopa seeks views on integrating sustainable risks in Solvency II

    17 January 2019

    Feedback sought on how climate change affects underwriting and investments

  • Insurers expected to disclose how they address climate risks

    11 January 2019

    EC publishes first report on climate-related information

  • European Commission drafts rules on ESG integration in investment advice

    07 January 2019

    Amendments to Mifid II and IDD will demand firms take clients' ESG preferences into account

  • Solvency II: what reforms can we expect?

    27 December 2018

    Christopher Cundy examines what will change with the two scheduled reviews of Solvency II and the other issues set to influence the EU's landmark insurance legislation

  • Eiopa's Gabriel Bernardino talks Brexit, Solvency II and sustainability

    07 December 2018

    The chair of Europe's insurance authority was interviewed by Christopher Cundy at the recent Insurance Risk & Capital EMEA conference. In this Q&A he discusses priorities for the year ahead and how Eiopa's powers are likely to grow

  • US-EU covered agreement: a rocky road to implementation

    27 November 2018

    US regulators have raised the ire of their European counterparts with their implementation of the covered agreement for reinsurance collateral negotiated last year. With no resolution in sight, states risk provoking a pre-emption of the law which could see the federal government taking control. US editor Sarfraz Thind reports