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The InsuranceERM guide to ESG producers

A review of economic scenario generators from Conning, Deloitte MCS, EVM-Tech, IBM Risk Analytics, Milliman, Moody’s Analytics, Numerix, Prudential, Towers Watson and Ultimate Risk Solutions

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Blockchain helps French insurers dealing with customers making for the exit

Stratumn has teamed up with the French Federation of Insurers and Deloitte in its blockchain experiment

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IAIS faces fresh debate on systemic risk – and clash on capital standard

The International Association of Insurance Supervisors meeting in Kuala Lumpur this week comes amid a renewed debate about systemic risk in insurers and big questions about the deadlines for developing a global capital standard. Christopher Cundy reports

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Credit risk consultancy appoints head of insurance

Ramesh Indran joins 4most from Deloitte

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FIS partners with Deloitte on IFRS 17

Deal aims to improve collaboration between finance and actuarial functions, says FIS

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Where next for economic scenario generators?

Insurers have for decades relied on economic scenario generators (ESGs) in their risk modelling, asset management and business steering. Christopher Cundy investigates what the next big developments might be in this important piece of modelling software

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Deloitte actuary fined and reprimanded for misconduct

James Rakow was ‘not in position’ to give actuarial opinion, says FRC

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Comment: Weak UK government bad news for insurers in need of key reforms

Whether it’s the business of reforming elements of Solvency II, guaranteeing market access for UK firms selling into Europe or reforming the Ogden discount rate, a weak government will mean gridlock and uncertainty, says Callum Tanner

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Deloitte predicts action from Irish regulator on sub-standard SFCRs

Consultancy says governance section of documents often disappointed expectations

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IFRS 17 compliance: a task comparable with Solvency II?

IFRS 17 has been described as a "landmark shift" in insurer accounting and some are saying that implementation could require more work than was needed for Solvency II. InsuranceERM gets the lowdown from the industry on what it means for the sector