• Lloyd's Savage highlights benefits of Solvency II readiness

    02 October 2013

    Luke Savage, director of finance and operations at Lloyd's, tells InsuranceERM about the market's reaction to low investment yields, its capital management plans, how it could yet be designated "systemically risky" - and why it's disbanded its Solvency II team.

  • Eiopa chief raises concerns on Omnibus II compromise

    01 October 2013

    Calibrations are being weakened to achieve agreement, says Gabriel Bernardino

  • Life insurers struggle to grow business

    30 September 2013

    Persistent low bond yields may lead to run-off and insolvency, says Linklaters survey

  • Eiopa eases reporting requirement in Solvency II preparation guidelines

    27 September 2013

    Regulations will be phased in during 2014 and 2015

  • Hopes build for better treatment of infrastructure investment under Solvency II

    27 September 2013

    Infrastructure investments provide a great match for insurers' liabilities, but Solvency II's crude view of the investment risk means money is not flowing as fast as it could. Milliman and JP Morgan Asset Management set out the justification for a review

  • Irish regulator scolds variable annuity firms for risky strategies

    26 September 2013

    Unprecedented low interest rates pose great risks, warns CBI director

  • Investments dent Lloyd's results

    26 September 2013

    John Nelson notes growing pressure on premium rates

  • Jobs for actuaries still influenced by Solvency II

    25 September 2013

    Preparations for Solvency II sparked a huge recruitment drive for actuaries. But with the momentum gone and work nearing completion in many firms, how is the jobs market changing? Katie Kouchakji reports

  • Maurice Tulloch becomes CEO of Aviva UK & Ireland GI

    25 September 2013

    Head of group's Canadian business replaces Robin Spencer

  • Partnership claims largest enhanced bulk annuity deal

    25 September 2013

    Completes £22m buy-in with unnamed pension scheme