Insurers need more "non-standard" data on climate change, BoE warns

Customers will need to help where "data are not collected by anyone," Anil Kashyap predicts


Insurers' hidden risk from reinsurance recaptures: the perspective of UK annuity writers

Mudi Ugono and Brad Ashton discuss the findings from a working party on how a reinsurer default could affect insurer balance sheets - and how the management of this risk could be improved


IAIS 2022: bringing the party back to insurance

June's meeting of international regulators was a sunny affair in an idyllic setting. Even the ever-lurking shadow of the ICS couldn't spoil the party after two years of isolation. Sarfraz Thind reports


IAIS issues consultation on ICS-Aggregation Method comparability criteria

Progress on global capital standards, but still no resolution likely for next two years


IAIS Croatia meeting kicks off with "biggest risks" discussion

Global insurance supervisors' worries make ICS vital, says BoE's Saporta


UK insurers set five-point plan to maximise climate risk management

The ABI set out the required actions at its climate change summit today


Charlotte Gerken: Long-term ways to boost UK's bulk annuity sector

BoE's insurance executive director discusses how regulatory change could make an impact


UK climate test results: insurers told to do better

The Bank of England has published the results of its CBES test


UK climate test: some insurers likely to breach solvency ratios, says Fitch

The Climate Biennial Exploratory Scenario results for insurers and banks are due on 24 May