Watch for convergence to single EU supervisor, says Goddard

Amice chief says insurance may follow banking precedent


Amice elects Poland's Buczkowski as president

CEO of TUW SKOK to stand for three-year term


Mutuals blame rating agencies for soaring Solvency II costs

Amice calls for amendment to reduce reliance on external ratings


Eiopa elects new stakeholder group

Karel Van Hulle, Arendse Huub and Benoît Hugonin among the members


Preserving the diversity

Designing Solvency II to fit the spectrum of EU insurers has not been entirely successful and national supervisors should be mindful of its threats to the business model of mutual firms, says Amice's Silvia Herms


Insurers spend more than €5m lobbying EU

Allianz, Axa, Prudential top spenders' list


Danes keen to enforce 2014 Solvency II deadline

With the trialogue discussions intensifying over the final form of Solvency II, Denmark, which holds the presidency of the Council of the EU, has stated its determination to keep to the 2014 timeline for implementation. Yet with key issues still outstanding, the outcome is finely balanced, as Sarfraz Thind reports


Talks on expected profits in future premiums deadlocked

Industry and supervisors on task force fail to agree


Eiopa paper shows drawbacks of "one-size-fits-all" approach

Milliman says paper reveals lack of homogeneity for specific lines


Standard formula calibration changes published by Eiopa

Non-life premium and reserve risk goes down; NSLT health up