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B3i readies blockchain tech for year-end reinsurance renewals

The Blockchain Insurance Industry Initiative (B3i) has deployed the latest version of its property catastrophe excess of loss (XoL) reinsurance application. Paul Walsh discusses where the technology sits within the industry and what the future holds

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Insurance guide launched to protect world heritage sites

Insurers worldwide have collaborated with the United Nations and the World Wildlife Fund

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AGCS names reinsurance and catastrophe risk head

Hyeji Kang will succeed Bernhard Arbogast who is to retire

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Germany's ZZR to hit at least €100bn in 2023, says Moody's

Life companies to keep selling fixed income to feed the cash-cushion

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IFRS 17: on the verge of another delay?

Important EU stakeholders are calling for the insurance contracts accounting standard to be delayed once more. Cintia Cheong reports

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Hong Kong approaches transition to risk-based capital

Hong Kong’s long-awaited risk-based capital (RBC) regime is beginning to take shape ahead of its planned implementation in 2022. Paul Walsh reports on the latest developments

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Solvency II, IFRS 17, local GAAP, Basel IV... where is the consistency?

For the health of the financial sector and for the good of European citizens, accounting and solvency regimes for insurance and banking must be aligned around the same valuation concept, argue Serge Moulin, Giulio Terzariol and Carsten Zielke

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Allianz buys Brazilian insurer's non-life operations

The R3bn deal will make Allianz the second largest motor insurer in Brazil

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Apra imposes additional A$250m capital requirement on Allianz Australia

The amount is being imposed "due to heightened operational risk"

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Zurich commits to insure controversial Trans Mountain pipeline

Activists urge insurers to drop the Canadian oil sands pipeline project