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News

IFoA accused of "blackmail" in negotiations with AAE

UK actuarial association wants to remain an AAE member but with reduced fees

IAIS reports 48 insurers as "internationally active" groups

IAIGs will be supervised according to ComFrame rules

Lloyd's proposes "Black Swan Re" and other ideas to manage systemic risk, post-Covid-19

Corporation setting up Centre of Excellence for systemic risk management

EC to launch Solvency II public consultation in July

Insurance Europe has also set out its views on Eiopa's proposed Solvency II reforms

What German insurers expect from a European recovery post-Covid-19

GDV chairman calls for a more sustainable economy in Europe in the post-crisis period

IFoA threatens withdrawal from AAE unless new agreement is reached

Actuarial associations split over Brexit and mutual recognition of qualifications

UK government sets up £10bn trade credit reinsurance scheme

To take part insurers must forgo profits and stop dividends

US insurers denounce racial injustice after George Floyd's death

Floyd, an African American, died from asphyxiation caused by white police officer

ABI chair and former MP join UK's pandemic risk pool initiative

Pandemic Re Steering Committee forms six working groups

Spanish insurers create largest-ever group life plan for Covid-19 workers

Trade association Unespa coordinates free coverage for healthcare staff

Analysis

The insurance industry's climate change leaders

Christopher Cundy introduces InsuranceERM's list of the people leading and shaping the insurance sector's response to climate change

"Wrong tone" casts insurers as Covid-19 villains

Insurance and communication experts debated the reputation of insurance after the Covid-19 pandemic in InsuranceERM's latest webinar. Many achievements were highlighted, but a lack of empathy was a key criticism. Ronan McCaughey explains

Longevity risk modelling: what have we learned from Covid-19?

Cintia Cheong talks to Joseph Lu, Colin Dutkiewicz and Mark Cooper how Covid-19 is impacting longevity and what life re/insurers should consider in their modelling and risk management

Is a Pandemic Re the answer in a post-Covid-19 world?

Experts have debated the need for a pandemic insurance risk backstop, what it should cover and how it should be funded. Ronan McCaughey reports from the latest of InsuranceERM's Covid-19 webinar series

Australia's insurers get grilled after the country burns

A parliamentary committee took Australia's insurers to task after a torrid season of bushfires, Covid-19 and scathing criticism of their conduct and governance. David Walker reports

Conduct risk in an outcomes-based environment

The UK's conduct regulator has signalled a new approach to overseeing the insurance industry - and with Brexit has the potential to make bolder moves. Paul Walsh reports from an Association of British Insurers event on the hopes and fears for future of conduct regulation