Regulation Solvency II, Risk-based capital, Accounting/Tax


Eiopa sets out supervisory measures to eliminate price walking

The authority releases statement on its non-life differential pricing practices consultation

Regulators alarmed over insurers' silent cyber and ransomware capabilities warns CRO Forum

The forum said regulators globally had increased focus on these threats

GFIA identifies four significant global protection gaps totalling $2.8trn

The federation calls for industry and government to address the gaps

Swiss Re reduces carbon intensity of corporate bonds and equities by 42%

The reinsurer also highlights green transition opportunities

Phoenix estimates 20% of equity and credit assets exposed to high climate transition risks

UK life insurer further integrates climate risk across its risk management framework

Aviva completes divestment of £2.5bn in fossil fuel companies

The UK insurer also updates its Climate VaR methodology

Bank of England struggles to find evidence for climate capital requirements

Climate-related supervision will focus on stress and scenario testing

Eiopa's sustainability risk paper criticised for being backward-looking

Finance Watch's head of research calls for "meaningful conclusions" from Eiopa

OSFI sets out climate risk management expectations for insurers

The Canadian regulator received over 4,300 submissions in its consultation

Zurich excludes five fossil-fuel companies with non-credible transition plans

The Swiss insurer justifies its net-zero engagement policies in its TCFD disclosures

China's industry practitioners praise CBIRC as dissolution flagged

Regulator's duties to be subsumed into larger body

IAIS finalises comparability criteria between ICS and AM

Decision on whether group capital standards produce similar outcomes due in Q3 2024


Bermuda's time for IAIGs

Bermuda may soon identify its first internationally active insurance groups, according to the Bermuda Monetary Authority director of insurance supervision, Gerald Gakundi. Sarfraz Thind reports

The next steps in climate stress and scenario analysis

EY's senior manager and UK insurance climate risk leader Diego Jimenez-Huerta discusses how insurers are set to develop their climate change analysis in 2023, in this Q&A with Christopher Cundy

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

Consumer Duty: a chance to build trust with customers

Regulators, consultants and policy experts explain the progress insurers are making towards complying with the UK's Consumer Duty regulation and what opportunities it will present. Joshua Geer reports

Cyber risk: has the capital been hacked?

Simon Cartagena and Jasvir Grewal explain how insurers should be thinking about setting their cyber risk capital

Insurers sentenced to more climate litigation exposure

A surge in climate-related litigation is creating an increasing risk for PI and D&O insurers. Risk experts explain to Joshua Geer why exposure is growing and how insurers can mitigate it