• EU finally nails Solvency II reforms - UPDATED

    14 December 2023

    Trilogue negotiations conclude with amendments to long-term guarantee package

  • EBA's stance on climate risk capital poses questions for insurance sector

    13 October 2023

    EU banking authority's recommendations come ahead of Eiopa's analysis

  • 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

  • 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

  • InsuranceERM's top stories of 2022

    30 December 2022

    Christopher Cundy, Ronan McCaughey, Sarfraz Thind, Paul Walsh and Joshua Geer review the key developments that shaped the insurance market in 2022 - and share their outlooks for 2023

  • EU Parliament's Solvency II negotiations drag on to 2023

    21 December 2022

    Parties still far apart on sustainability and long-term guarantee package

  • MEPs eye new threshold criteria for recovery and resolution plans

    02 September 2022

    Econ committee debate finds consensus on dropping minimum coverage requirement

  • EU Solvency II reform: MEPs at loggerheads over capital relief

    31 August 2022

    Econ debate reveals rift over reduction in capital requirements

  • MEPs' Solvency II amendments put climate and calibrations back on the table

    18 August 2022

    The European Parliament is set for an intense debate on its amendments to the Solvency II directive, which present a mixed picture in terms of their potential impact on insurers. Paul Walsh reports

  • EU committee shocked as Ferber deletes climate measures in Solvency II reforms

    14 June 2022

    German MEP says green-supporting factors are "beyond his imagination".