The insurance regulator highlighted the sector's declining aggregate solvency ratio and high costs
Effective date will be decided after the standard is finalised, says Irdai
GDV chief economist Klaus Wiener calls for a principles-based system
Chubb welcomes deal terms while deal document might have let slip China Re US expansion plans
CROs, CFOs and Insurance Europe disappointed by several proposals from Eiopa's consultation
Danish regulator warns Gefion has "serious liquidity problems"
Ventures belonging to Bupa, Allianz and AIG will use the insurtechs
S&P analyses Eiopa's proposals in the upcoming review
Market risks and insurance loss shocks take centre stage
FSMA continues its crackdown on unauthorised intermediaries
Peter Giger began his third spell with Zurich last September after taking over as its group chief risk officer (CRO). He talks to Paul Walsh about the regulatory pressures the Swiss insurer is facing, and the differences between his current and previous roles
Ray Farmer is the new president of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. In this Q&A with Sarfraz Thind, he talks about flood coverage, international regulation and how he intends to raise climate awareness
Andrew Smith, chief risk officer at Qatar Re, discusses three less-discussed risks for insurers that are set to emerge over the next decade
Hong Kong fancies itself as the risk management hub of the Greater Bay Area, thanks to a young but dynamic regulator and its technological knowhow. Vincent Huck reports from the Asian Insurance Forum
Eugenie Molyneux, chief risk officer for commercial insurance at Zurich, tells Cintia Cheong about the firm's approach to climate change and why diversity is important for the modern risk manager.
Gabriel Bernardino, chair of the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (Eiopa) joined InsuranceERM's Insurance Risk and Capital EMEA conference earlier this month. In a Q&A with Christopher Cundy, he answered questions about climate change, the Solvency II review and conduct risk