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News

Aegon and NN hit by Solvency II rule change

Dutch regulator revises rules on financial conglomerates

Covid-19 payment holidays may be OK for matching adjustment portfolios

UK regulator clarifies interpretations of MA rules during coronavirus crisis

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Insurance Europe calls for Solvency II improvements

The trade body said enhancements to the risk margin and volatility adjustment are needed

European Commission to announce Solvency II reforms in summer 2021

Consultation will examine how insurers can contribute to the Green Deal and Capital Markets Union

EC to launch Solvency II public consultation in July

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

Generali to snap up 24% stake in Italy's Cattolica

The insurers have also agreed a strategic partnership covering four business areas

Prima Solutions launches Solvency II compliance tool

The French software providers said its platform offers an integrated and modular solution

BoE governor intervenes in pension superfunds regime: report

Andrew Bailey says framework is a financial stability risk, reports Sky News

UK announces review of Solvency II

Rishi Sunak plans post-Brexit amendments to financial services rules

Analysis

AIG Life's playbook for Covid-19

Ruth Middleton, AIG Life's chief risk officer, and Debbie Bolton, chief underwriter and head of customer operations at the UK life insurer, tell Ronan McCaughey how the provider has adapted to Covid-19 and reveal their post-pandemic outlook

How Covid-19 is changing the UK's prudential supervision

At a recent webinar organised by the Association of British Insurers, experts discussed what Covid-19 and Brexit might mean for the future direction of UK prudential regulation. Cintia Cheong reports

Market crash raises questions on matching adjustment benefit

The question of whether the Solvency II matching adjustment (MA) provides an appropriate benefit to insurers has returned to the fore in pandemic-hit markets. Christopher Cundy reports

DAV's Frank Schiller on the Solvency II review

Germany's actuarial association has some strong opinions on how the EU's regulation needs to be reformed - or left untouched - as board member Frank Schiller explains to David Walker

UK regulators respond to parliament's Covid-19 insurance questions

The possibility of a pandemic risk pool, alleged unfair treatment to customers and the current solvency situation of insurers were among the topics that MPs posed to the UK's top regulators in a grilling at the Treasury Committee. Paul Walsh reports

What Solvency II reports need to say about the coronavirus

European supervisors have relaxed the Solvency II reporting deadlines, but in return insurers have been asked to include analysis of the Covid-19 impacts on their business. David Walker reports on what those discussions might entail