CBRIC also sets expectations of hiring chief actuaries
Half of firms still have all-male boards
"Insufficient basis" for enforcement, FCA says
Cites ongoing uncertainty about UK-EU relationship
Advisory body moots early 2019 as delivery date
Patrick Hoedjes, head of the oversight and supervisory convergence department at Eiopa, talks to Aggelos Andreou about the difficulties of achieving regulatory harmonisation across Europe in an ever-changing landscape and how the authority intends to tackle the big obstacles like Brexit
Insurers have made efforts to disengage themselves from the coal industry on both sides of the balance sheet, but climate activists say they could do more. Cintia Cheong wraps up the latest developments
Nick Jessop discusses the permitted approaches for constructing insurance contract discount rates under the IFRS 17.
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.