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How Covid-19 is changing the UK's prudential supervision

At a recent webinar organised by the Association of British Insurers, experts discussed what Covid-19 might mean for the future direction the UK prudential regulation. Cintia Cheong reports

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Transition out of lockdown will be a focus for UK regulator

Not all insurers were well prepared for Covid-19, says Bank of England

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UK names four IAIGs

Internationally active insurance groups will be supervised according to global rules

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Market crash raises questions on matching adjustment benefit

The question of whether the Solvency II matching adjustment (MA) provides an appropriate benefit to insurers has returned to the fore in pandemic-hit markets. Christopher Cundy reports

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Bank of England criticised for withholding stress test results

Former chief economist John Vickers says stopping publication is a mistake, The Times reports

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Bank of England invites applications for TMTP recalculations after Covid-19 crash

Slump in government bond yields buffets balance sheets

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UK may consider additional capital requirement for climate risk

Lack of universal definition and absence of data make it difficult to implement, says BoE's Carney

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Bank of England optimistic Solvency II risk margin will be revised

Anna Sweeney gives her views on 2020 review and post-Brexit reforms

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Bank of England confirms leaders for insurance supervision

Two women will lead insurance supervision in the UK for the first time