TSC hearing: gaining equivalence a priority for UK Solvency II reforms

Single market access now off the cards after May speech


PIC completes £140m buy-in with ICI pension fund

Pension de-risking deals continue apace


How far can the UK run from Solvency II?

The UK parliamentary investigation into Solvency II is expected to shed light on the trade-off between regulatory flexibility and market access, and expose the different preferences of insurers with different corporate structures. Hugo Coelho reports


Act fast to appeal PRA's Solvency II decisions, law firm advises

Courts may provisionally approve internal models in event of dispute


UK insurers face 'three rulebooks' for approved persons

Herbert Smith Freehills warns of increased workload


Understanding Solvency II's new transitional measures

Solvency II may have an official implementation date of 1 January 2016, but insurers are being given years to get their house in order. Alison Matthews outlines the key transitional provisions recently introduced to the legislation, focusing on the tricky question of equivalence