Eiopa's third-country reinsurance rules must strike a delicate balance
Achieving sound risk management while avoiding protectionism is crucial for addressing coverage gaps, argues Carlos Montalvo Rebuelta
Sharpening the aim on scope 3 emissions
Value chain data is a necessary but notoriously difficult part of insurers' greenhouse gas emissions reporting. Joshua Geer explains the current challenges and sources of hope on scope 3 emissions
UK's MA reforms: with great flexibility comes great responsibility
Insurers can look forward to including assets with "highly predictable" cash flows and more sub-investment grade assets into their matching adjustment portfolios, but at the expense of stricter risk management. Christopher Cundy reports
Bermuda rewrites the rulebook
The BMA's regulatory revamp for the island's insurance industry is set for liftoff. It could remove one of the key advantages insurers have sought setting up there, as Sarfraz Thind reports
Dive In 2023: Improving DEI will be key to making the industry more attractive to talent
Lloyd's of London's head of culture Mark Lomas talks to Paul Walsh about the importance of the Dive In festival, designed to promote diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the insurance industry
- PE-owned insurers more likely to push regulatory boundaries
- The Bank of England's problem with pension superfunds is... insurers
- Allianz announces net-zero transition plan and environmentalists label it "ambitious"
- Bermuda rewrites the rulebook
- EY appoints UK insurance and actuarial leaders
- Ortec Finance loses three senior climate and ESG experts to MSCI - UPDATED
- Major barriers to enter the UK bulk annuity market
- Expanding Beyond the Network for Greening the Financial System
- RVS 2023: Inflation still key macroeconomic risk for insurers, warns Swiss Re
- Phoenix partially delays H1 results following IFRS 17 "complexity"
Fifteen insurers in the pre-application process for IMs - four life and eleven non-life. This includes both local and multi-national players.