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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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Germany's BaFin re-emphasises willingness for 'smooth' Brexit

But insurers must put in same level of effort, German regulator says

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Nat cats cost German reinsurers in 2017

Regulator BaFin details statistical performance for 29 reinsurers in Germany

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Stormy weather cost German insurers $3bn in 2018

Just one storm - Frederike in January 2018 - was responsible for €900m of insured losses

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BaFin sets out 2019 insurance supervisory agenda

German regulator’s areas of focus mix regulation, investment, and technical issues in Solvency II

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Solvency II: what reforms can we expect?

Christopher Cundy examines what will change with the two scheduled reviews of Solvency II and the other issues set to influence the EU's landmark insurance legislation

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German life sector 'depends strongly' on transitional measures

BaFin reveals the benefit of transitional provisions for German insurers

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Germany opens way for UK insurers to avoid Brexit turmoil

Draft legislation would allow UK financial firms to continue operating in Germany

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BaFin rejects church insurer's solvency rescue plan

Caritas's Pensionskasse was struggling with ZZR

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Supervisors get serious on innovation risk

Insurers have plenty to gain from adopting robotics, AI and big data technologies, but supervisors want to see them managing the risks properly. Paul Walsh reports from the IAIS annual conference in Luxembourg