Judges' award for contribution to the industry: David Otudeko

Winner of the 2023 InsuranceERM UK & Europe judges' award, David Otudeko, talks to Christopher Cundy about his rollercoaster year


PRA set to outline accountability metrics for UK competitiveness drive

The watchdog will hold a conference in September to deepen links between regulation and growth


Ireland's insurance regulator talks Solvency II divergence and going green

Domhnall Cullinan, director of insurance supervision at the Central Bank of Ireland, speaks to Ronan McCaughey about the biggest risks and regulatory challenges facing the sector in 2023


Ireland's Central Bank sets three priorities for insurance supervision

Regulator probes "value for money" question in long-term products


IMF urges Irish supervisor to focus on intra-group reinsurance

International Monetary Fund investigation finds good progress since last inspection


Rishi Sunak meets UK annuity writers, promises speedy reform to Solvency II

Finance ministry acknowledges complexity of changes


UK seeks deals with EEA regulators on cross-border supervision post-Brexit

Prudential Regulation Authority said these arrangements would provide clarity on responsibilities


Insurers happy with UK's Solvency II plans, but capital savings remain uncertain

The government has grabbed positive headlines with its proposals to reform Solvency II, but the industry is cautious about the how they will pan out. Cintia Cheong reports


EDITORIAL: Solvency II gets political on both sides of the Channel

Christopher Cundy reflects on the growing war of words on prudential regulation


QBE's Richard Rees: IFRS 17 is less of a leap for Australian insurers

The insurer's IFRS 17 technical lead in Europe tells Cintia Cheong why the insurer will have to prepare for three different accounting bases after Brexit and explains the unresolved issues with implementation