UK terrorism reinsurer offers self-assessment of mitigation measures
Eight firms named and shamed by Treasury Committee chair
Perils notes unusual levels of industrial loss in Switzerland
FWD is one of the first insurers to start implementation process
The insurance firm is accused of violating personal information policy under the 1998 Data Protection Act.
Insurers have welcomed the European Commission’s proposal to delay implementation of the Insurance Distribution Directive, but not all national regulators are towing the line. Aggelos Andreou reports
An early financial year-end makes life and health insurer Vitality one of the first major EU insurers to deliver its annual solvency and financial condition report. David Walker discusses what’s changed and how other underwriters may evolve their SFCRs in the second year of reporting
The chair of the European Commission’s expert group on sustainable finance talks to Paul Walsh about the group’s recommendations – and how they are intrinsically linked with Solvency II.
The UK’s executive director for insurance supervision talks to Christopher Cundy about how the Prudential Regulation Authority is approaching Brexit and reveals the latest views on reforming the risk margin
Following the publication of the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report, Christopher Cundy spoke with Zurich’s chief risk officer Alison Martin to discuss the findings and reflect on the implications for risk managers
Following its official awards, InsuranceERM hands out the gongs for its inaugural ‘Solvies’ and reflects on the first year of insurers producing solvency and financial condition reports