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

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


Commission pauses decision on Solvency II occupational pension transition

And no new legislative measures on group supervision planned


EU looks to incorporate sustainability in prudential requirements

Commission's sustainable finance action plan to address clean financing gap


Surviving climate change needs adaptation as much as insurance

EU insurers warn of overreliance on government post-disaster funding


IDD delay greeted with mixed reactions

Insurers have welcomed the European Commission's proposal to delay implementation of the Insurance Distribution Directive, but not all national regulators are towing the line. Aggelos Andreou reports


FRC leads calls for insurers' help in "simplified" IFRS 17 study

Insurers are being sought out for advice ahead of IFRS 17 implementation in 2021


Axa's Christian Thimann: EU's sustainability drive directly linked to Solvency II reform

The chair of the European Commission's expert group on sustainable finance talks to Paul Walsh about the group's recommendations – and how they are intrinsically linked with Solvency II.


EU experts propose sustainability measures for insurers

Changes to disclosure, climate risk management and Solvency II have been proposed


European Commission proposes delay to Insurance Distribution Directive

Market participants have welcomed the EC's announcement


Eiopa's Fausto Parente: convergence is the remedy for regulatory arbitrage

The executive director of the EU's insurance authority discusses its new powers, Brexit, supervisory convergence, insurtech and sustainability in this interview with Christopher Cundy