Operational resilience final rules in UK are "fundamental shift" for insurers

The rules are due to become effective on 31 March 2022


Fix price-walking issue by end of 2021, UK tells insurers

Financial Conduct Authority revises timelines for general insurance reforms


QBE boosts risk margin after UK BI judgement

The outcome left the insurer with less headroom to cover Australian BI claims


Insurers warned of further litigation after UK BI test case resolution

Any delays to payments could see insurers back in court, lawyer warns


UK insurers face multi-million payouts after losing BI appeal

Courts ruled in favour of Financial Conduct Authority in business interruption test case


Supreme Court judgement in UK BI case not due until January

FCA issues update on timing of the judgement in the appeals case


Irish insurers fail on price fairness

Central Bank of Ireland publishes interim report on differential pricing


Brexit opens door for conduct regulation reform, say industry leaders

Huw Evans and other insurance industry leaders discussed opportunities and challenges after Brexit


UK's Covid-19 BI test case appeal to start on 16 November

Defendants received green light to go straight to Supreme Court


Aviva censured over preference shares mistake

But no fine after Aviva paid more than £7m compensation