Risks of shifting too slowly to 'green economy' highlighted

Central Bank of Ireland governor spells out the financial risks if the pace of transition is too slow


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


Ireland drafts insurance legislation for a no-deal Brexit

It involves a three-year run-off regime for UK insurers


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


Insurers push back choosing vendors for IFRS 17

While nearly half of Irish insurers take no steps to develop board's understanding of IFRS 17, says regulator


Reinsurer accepts lesson from Solvency II mistakes

PartnerRe also voiced its commitment to its private ownership model


Irish insurers make “small progress” in diversity

Half of firms still have all-male boards


Some insurers' data reporting "not Solvency II compliant", says Irish regulator

CBI reveals failings in risk, audit, compliance, the board and senior management


Irish regulator to put CBL into administration - UPDATED

Insurer is in breach of regulatory requirements and "in distressed financial position"


CBL gets lawyers to fight Irish regulator's veto

CBLIE vows to "take any action it deems necessary" to protect self