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

Analysis

SFCRs - the one-tonne paper chase by European insurers

Analysis of public Solvency II reports shows literally a tonne of information is now available to stakeholders. But who will use it? Do the reports satisfy stakeholders? And how might the reports evolve? David Walker reports

Comment: Weak UK government bad news for insurers in need of key reforms

Whether it’s the business of reforming elements of Solvency II, guaranteeing market access for UK firms selling into Europe or reforming the Ogden discount rate, a weak government will mean gridlock and uncertainty, says Callum Tanner

Political instability and what it means for risk management

The prevailing political environment has a significant impact on how re/insurers operate, so risk managers should respond to this current period of instability and uncertainty with new approaches, says Frieder Knüpling

Allianz's Wilcox: CRO role still in "teenager" phase

As Stephen Wilcox looks set to leave Allianz UK by the end of the summer, he reflects on how his role as CRO has developed over the last seven years alongside more recent regulatory and political frustrations. He spoke to Callum Tanner at Allianz's office in London.

Turning the GDPR threat into an opportunity

Insurers have one year to prepare for the EU's General Data Protection Regulation and implementation will not be straightforward. But there is much to be gained from taking a customer-centric approach, as REaD Group's Andrew Bridges explains

IAIS's Kawai: "a financial crisis is triggered and spread because of entities"

The International Association of Insurance Supervisors is developing a cross-sectoral, activities-based approach to systemic risk identification. Although some insurers are hoping this will eventually replace entities-based designation, Yoshihiro Kawai stresses that this will not be the case. He spoke to Callum Tanner at the NAIC conference in Washington, DC on 15 May