Risk Risk Management, Models, Catastrophe Risk, Longevity, Mortality

Analysis

Risk and actuarial recruitment: boom time again

Wages in actuarial and risk management roles are going up, in large part because of the opportunities created by IFRS 17, the new insurance contracts accounting standard. Cintia Cheong reports

IDD delay greeted with mixed reactions

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

SFCRs: delivering the goods in round two

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

Axa's Christian Thimann: EU's sustainability drive directly linked to Solvency II reform

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.

The long-term impacts of 2017's natural catastrophes

Following the devastation caused by hurricanes and wildfires last year, Paul Walsh asks the industry what the lessons are for insurers and risk modellers

The PRA's David Rule on Brexit, the risk margin and the regulator's hotspots for supervision in 2018

The UK’s executive director for insurance supervision talks to Christopher Cundy about how the Prudential Regulation Authority is approaching Brexit and reveals the latest views on reforming the risk margin