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"Cut the reserves until they squeal"

Christopher Cundy comments on the lessons that should be learned from the accounting and actuarial scandal at UK-based Equity Red Star’s Syndicate 218

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KPMG fined £6m for insurance audit failings

UK watchdog concludes case of misleading accounts at ERS

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Deloitte regulatory expert nominated as Connecticut insurance commissioner

Andrew Mais will succeed former Cigna senior executive Katharine Wade

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Reinsurance structures under threat from IFRS 17 accounting change

Challenges remain from non-proportional contracts and different measurement models, assumptions, aggregations and coverage units

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New Zealand reduces insurers' earthquake loss exposure

Rise in coverage limit of public scheme recognises building cost increases, minister says

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Insurers maintain push for two-year IFRS 17 delay

Proposed one-year deferral is good, but not good enough

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IFRS 17: A delay in the balance

Arguments are raging about whether implementation of the new insurance contracts accounting standard should be delayed. Cintia Cheong wraps up the latest developments in the long-running saga

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IFRS 17 app for general insurers launched

Developed by Anaplan and Deloitte, the tool has an inbuilt index to determine PAA eligibility

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KPMG promotes Simon Ranger to lead UK insurance

Simon Ranger previously held roles at Deloitte and Prudential UK

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Equity release mortgages: stopping the roof falling in

The Prudential Regulation Authority has shaken up life insurers by proposing new assumptions around the valuation of ERMs. The more prudent approach seeks to avoid a potential disaster if house prices stagnate or crash, but the impact on insurers could be serious. Christopher Cundy reports