• Cybercrime is greatest threat facing insurers globally, says PwC poll

    11 September 2023

    AI also entered the Banana Skins 2023 report for the first time

  • Re/insurers call for clear guidance on IFRS sustainability disclosure standards

    05 September 2023

    Insurance Europe's deputy director general Olav Jones explains what the sector needs

  • ESG ratings need a level regulatory playing field, says Insurance Europe

    04 September 2023

    The trade body notes areas of improvement for the European Commission's ESG ratings regulation

  • Data and AI: insurer and regulator go tête à tête

    03 August 2023

    On a panel discussion at Insurance Europe's conference, Eiopa's Petra Hielkema and Alm. Brand's Anne Mette Toftegaard debated consumer trust, data, AI and the regulation that weaves them together, as Joshua Geer reports

  • Accelerant maps out targeted ratios in business plan to 2025

    02 August 2023

    SFCR itemises levels planned for solvency, total SCR and sub-modules

  • European insurers back EU Green Claims Directive but call for greater clarity

    28 July 2023

    Insurance Europe has expressed three main concerns

  • Econ approves Solvency II amendments and recovery and resolution package - UPDATED

    18 July 2023

    Today's vote concludes lengthy negotiations in European Parliament's committee

  • Insurance Europe: private insurance alone cannot solve climate protection gaps

    28 June 2023

    The trade body warned insurance only acts as a "capstone of good risk management"

  • Divergent views and rising rates cool progress on EU's Solvency II reforms

    16 June 2023

    One year has passed since the European Parliament's Econ committee issued its draft text on the Solvency II reforms. Joshua Geer and Christopher Cundy investigate why the agenda has not progressed - and when a breakthrough might occur