• Japan's largest insurers improve profits and solvency in 2023/24

    18 June 2024
  • Japanese firms reveal progress on anti-price collusion measures

    17 June 2024

    Tokio Marine is compelling its salespeople to reflect on "uncomfortable" policies

  • Danish regulator consults insurers on data ethics framework for AI

    19 May 2023

    Finanstilsynet warns against "ethics-washing"

  • Japan steps forward with ICS-based capital framework

    20 July 2022

    Japan is midway through development of a new capital framework that takes its lead from the Insurance Capital Standard. This should make it a beacon for international prudential rules, as the FSA's Shigeru Ariizumi explains to Sarfraz Thind

  • Global capital requirement for climate risks is crucial for transition

    29 June 2022

    Japanese regulator recommends framing global warming as "a time bomb" to spur action

  • Japan's insurers see improved results after pandemic

    17 June 2022

    Premiums rise and losses fall as insurers profit from product sales and investments

  • Danish regulator demands valuation insights from life insurers

    28 December 2018

    Finanstilsynet wants feedback from life industry by July

  • Alpha Insurance enters bankruptcy – thanks to lowest of risks

    08 May 2018

    ‘Counterparty default’ played minimum role in company’s solvency capital requirement

  • Jan Parner quits Danish regulator to join pension fund

    17 November 2017

    Becoming head of actuarial office at ATP

  • Brexit shifts debate on Solvency II reforms

    13 October 2016

    Many see Solvency II rules as a largely British export to Europe, but once the UK leaves the EU, the remaining member states are likely to take the directive in a new direction. Callum Tanner reports