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European regulators outline Brexit mitigation measures

As the threat of a no-deal Brexit becomes more likely, some EU countries are stepping up their preparations to ensure service continuity. Cintia Cheong spoke to regulators and governments in five big EU27 markets to find out what they have planned

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Bernardino urges insurers to worry about AI and morals colliding

Eiopa will conduct thematic review on underwriters and big data next year

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Regulators seek new tech to probe insurers' quantitative reports

But warn of unregulated value chains when insurers adopt insurtech

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Chubb picks Paris for post-Brexit headquarters - but may never move

Insurer will review decision to shift HQ to French capital passporting rights survive divorce

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16 insurance supervisors support climate risk disclosure guidance

Some seeking to integrate TCFD recommendations into supervisory regimes

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Germany and Italy see largest second wave of Solvency II applications

InsuranceERM survey reveals many insurers are still adjusting to the new regulatory regime

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L'exception fran├žaise?

The French government is proposing to exempt supplementary pension products from Solvency II capital requirements, a seismic change that will give the sector much needed relief. Hugo Coelho reports

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FSB releases resolution planning guidance for G-SIIs

Includes amendments to distinguish from bank resolution

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Not so much the 'own' risk and solvency assessment

From the size of the stresses to the maximum number of pages of the report, European regulators are becoming prescriptive about how insurers should go about developing ORSAs in preparation for Solvency II. Hugo Coelho reports

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Scor's internal model gets green light

French regulator tells reinsurer it intends to grant approval