EU,UK technocrats form “working group” on Brexit risk

ECB and BoE will try to manage the risks of UK’s withdrawal


Insurers must improve climate risk modelling, says BoE's Carney

Consider long-term impacts and be careful of internal disparities


Eiopa urges insurers to prepare for hard Brexit

Have contingency plans that consider worst case scenario, Eiopa says


UK proposes new rules for authorising foreign insurers as Brexit looms

PRA adding thresholds and assessment factors for becoming a branch or subsidiary


36m policyholders at risk of losing protection following Brexit

Life and employer liability policies are 'particularly vulnerable', says BoE


WTW hires capital modelling expert

Gavin Hill joins from Bank of England


CoreFiling launches alternative to Eiopa T4U

Cloud-based solution to help with Solvency II regulatory filing


PIC hires ex-PRA life insurance expert as CRO

Giles Fairhead replaces Christopher Chappell


South African regulator to lead IAIS

Jonathan Dixon to replace Yoshihiro Kawai


The PRA's plan for a market-turning event

Supervisors are ready to help insurers understand how the new regulatory environment will respond in the event of an unprecedented major catastrophe, as explains Chris Moulder, director of general insurance at the Bank of England