• People moves: CRO Forum, PRA, Protective Life, Abacai

    18 June 2021

    InsuranceERM rounds up the latest risk-related people moves in the insurance industry

  • PRA: rule-making approach better than EU statutory approach

    16 March 2021

    Sam Woods explains possible shift in regulator's role following Brexit

  • UK should reform financial regulatory framework before Solvency II - Sam Woods

    06 January 2021

    PRA chief said this will accelerate the process for amending the directive

  • Market crash raises questions on matching adjustment benefit

    12 May 2020

    The question of whether the Solvency II matching adjustment (MA) provides an appropriate benefit to insurers has returned to the fore in pandemic-hit markets. Christopher Cundy reports

  • UK's post-Brexit equivalence work is "very far advanced", says PRA chief

    05 May 2020

    Sam Woods outlines Covid-19 priorities

  • UK regulators respond to parliament's Covid-19 insurance questions

    16 April 2020

    The possibility of a pandemic risk pool, alleged unfair treatment to customers and the current solvency situation of insurers were among the topics that MPs posed to the UK's top regulators in a grilling at the Treasury Committee. Paul Walsh reports

  • PRA regulation of actuaries may cause conflict - Sam Woods

    23 April 2019

    Regulator's chief executive warns against proposal arising from Kingman review

  • Five insurers join UK climate risk forum

    12 March 2019

    The forum aims to build capacity and share best practice across financial regulators and industry

  • MPs grill Rule and Woods on equity release, ethics and Brexit

    24 January 2019

    The UK parliament's house Treasury Committee yesterday questioned Bank of England chiefs Sam Woods and David Rule on a host of issues, including diversity, management ethics, Brexit - and insurers' treatment of equity-release mortgages. Ronan McCaughey and Christopher Cundy report

  • PRA updates insurance firms on its post-Brexit supervisory approach

    25 October 2018

    In case of a no-deal, firms will have a limited period to seek proper compliance