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  • Actuaries share ways to develop climate scenarios for insurance

    01 December 2023

    InsuranceERM rounds up the highlights from recent actuarial events in Germany and the UK

  • Gain expert insight on climate transition planning

    17 November 2023

    Transition plans will be discussed at the Insurance Risk & Capital EMEA conference on 4 December in London

  • Right to be forgotten law has major implications for L&H insurers, say experts

    19 September 2023

    L&H products should enable privacy by design, says Vitality's Deepak Jobanputra

  • Justin Skinner switches from CRO to become VitalityLife's managing director

    30 April 2021

    Skinner had served as Vitality's group CRO for the past four years

  • VitalityLife launches personalised health risk reporting tool

    26 September 2018

    Risk calculator shows clients the percentage likelihood of a serious illness

  • Telling the solvency story

    30 March 2017

    The Solvency II solvency and financial condition report (SFCR) is causing consternation among insurers. How do participants balance the requirements of disclosure with confidentiality, or interpret this most loose fitting of regulatory diktats? With the first set of reports already published, the answer seems to be, not very happily. Sarfraz Thind reports