Van Hulle and Corinti to speak at European ERM webinar

Global actuarial profession announces speakers and programme for 14 January


Insurers unlikely to be categorized as SIFIs

Turner says insurers aren't systemically similar to banks


FSB agrees to reduce reliance on rating agencies

Urges market participants to make their own credit assessments


Outstanding issues could yet have big impact on Solvency II

Although implementation of Solvency II is only just over two years away, many issues still have to be resolved which could significantly change the impact of the directive. Jon Hocking and Farooq Hanif of Morgan Stanley and Lukas Ziewer and Astrid Jaekel of Oliver Wyman highlight the issues and explain the uncertainties around them.


Zurich appoints chief life actuary

Bill Robertson joins from Aegon


Equivalence debate hots up

A lot of horse-trading between Europe and the US will be needed if equivalence is to be recognized for the US under Solvency II. Some European insurers with big operations in the US already have a plan B in place, as Jessica Baylis reports.


EC to impose constraints on Aegon

€3bn government capital injection approved by Commission


Aegon to withdraw from some businesses

Aims to increase return on capital by 7% in UK business


Aegon appoints UK CFO

Clare Bousfield joints from Swiss Re


Pension risk transfers to reach £15bn in 2010

Deals worth £11bn have been completed in the last year