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"The mummy track or the director track?"

Steps to increase equality and diversity in the financial services industry are under way, but as witnesses at a recent UK parliamentary meeting observed, there is still much to be done. Paul Walsh reports

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UK insurers to participate in climate stress tests in 2021

Bank of England governor Mark Carney has set deadline for UK financial institutions

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David Rule to join Financial Reporting Council

Two-year secondment starts in September

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Insurers must 'strengthen their efforts' on sustainability issues

Panellists at the Insurance Europe conference highlight insurers’ double roles on sustainability

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Bank of England director highlights climate threat to equity-release mortgages

David Rule says increased flooding and subsidence could devalue properties

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EU and UK supervisors agree to share information in case of no-deal Brexit

Authorities sign agreements with each other and with Eiopa

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MPs grill Rule and Woods on equity release, ethics and Brexit

The UK parliament's house Treasury Committee yesterday questioned Bank of England chiefs Sam Woods and David Rule on a host of issues, including diversity, management ethics, Brexit - and insurers' treatment of equity-release mortgages. Ronan McCaughey and Christopher Cundy report

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Bank of England reveals doubling of Part VII transfer requests ahead of Brexit

Data disclosed in freedom of information request from InsuranceERM

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Rebel with a cause

Former UK insurance regulator Dean Buckner has become an influential blogger with a big ambition: correcting the illogical and unethical aspects of financial markets supervision. He talks to Christopher Cundy about equity release mortgages, Solvency II and IFRS 17

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UK not the only loser from Brexit, say insurance regulators

UK and Irish regulators lay out priorities for 2019, with Brexit at top of the list