Alte Leipziger welcomes ZZR bill vanishing in 2022

Mutual life unit retrieved €74m from ZZR, after expecting a €250m bill


Insurers caught up in the Swiss roil

The fall of Credit Suisse, hot on the heels of SVB and Signature Bank, has sent insurers scrambling to assess the risks to their portfolios. While the hit seems manageable, Sarfraz Thind asks if there could be worse to come


AIG Holdings Europe adds four inflation stress tests in SFCR

New tests cover stagflation, persistent and transient inflation


"ILS market at a crossroads," says AM Best

Hurricane Ian was a major turning point, rating agency says


PensionDanmark SFCR stress test ponders, 'what if all our customers became Japanese?'

Another scenario involves crashing aircraft full of its policyholders


S&P to release draft capital model in second shot at reform

Rating agency responds to industry demands regarding model update


Generali not in talks to save Eurovita, CEO confirms

Italian life insurer Eurovita is in the midst of a capital crisis


Phoenix chief Andy Briggs confident of M&A outlook following "cups of tea" with executives

Growth in bulk annuities also a driver of growth for UK life insurer


Direct Line CFO pledges dividend and capital action update by half year point

The firm's profit dropped by nearly 95% in 2022